Balancing on one leg on the upside down Bosu ball.

When I first started balancing/bouncing on the upside down Bosu ball, I had to hold on with both hands, put my foot in the middle, and then gradually move both feet to the sides.

Then I braved it to just put my right foot in the middle, and bring the other foot up, sliding both to the sides.

Now I can balance on one leg for a minute or more, both the right, and the left legs.

Just something different, as I like to have fun when working out.

That was after doing 30 minutes of body combat, and before going to my Muay Thai Kickboxing shortly.

Yesterday when I was boxing with my trainer, I almost killed both of us, as I managed 10 minutes of punching, and hooks.  I must really love this sport as I can’t wait to get back there.

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11 comments

  1. Excellent Susie! Balance isn’t seen so it’s difficult to know when you are losing it, as I found out the hard way. I see younger people doing what my friend and I call ‘picking up the toothpick’ and we have to hold onto a column to do it. But, with practice, as you mentioned above, it is improving. Kudos to you and to everyone who perseveres!

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  2. Yes, I thought it was just women that had balance issues as they (we) got older, but I asked my doctor and he assured me that men suffer from loss of balance as well. It’s a frustrating skill to lose, but I’m working on it!
    Hugs

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