Top 10 Balance Exercises for Seniors at Home. STOP FALLS.

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32 Personal Training & Medi-Fitness says:

Love the content of the video…. well done!!!!

evolutionary transgression says:

the exercises start at 2:00

127 Fit says:

Great info! Thank you!

Madeline McNary says:

Hi. Do you have any exercises for out of shape seniors who want to strengthen their core muscles but can't lay on the floor, because it hurts to get on the knees, etc. Maybe some core exercises sitting down?

Joanne Amantea says:

Less chat … more exercise please!

Eliete Chuff Souto says:

I love you both, from Brazyl!!! Thank you

Stas Gershkovich says:

I am 27 and I enjoy their vids, is there something wrong with me?

eric hoppe says:

Ayurveda medical yoga exercises have been around for 5,000 years. Shaolin monks were practicing stretching exercises in 1500. Both suggest bending. I train with Indians in an exercise program learning yoga and meditation. I have seen (but can not yet replicate), my instructors bending almost flat with head and arms touching the floor while sitting cross legged. Why in modern physical therapy is bending bad for the back, but old instructors, it's just another Tuesday, (a normal day at the office)?

Linda Bunt says:

killing two birds with one stone!

Jim Richardson says:

Yak Yak Yak – how about less talk and show us the exercises!

Karen Ratte says:

Less talk more exercise.

GeminieCricket says:

Jack La Lane advocated exercise with chairs in the fifties.

nicky richardson says:

These are SAIL exercises ; Stratategies forActive Independent Living that are core exercises for most of our seniors . Essential investment for quality of life!

Rashmee Sodah says:

My mother always stumbles on uneven paths and she looses balance and falls. Many times she has fallen. I will surely make her do these exercises. Should I even consult doctor because she has stopped moving out alone as she is scared to do so. Plz help

Patricia O'Brien says:

Love the simplicity of your instructions…and the jokes 👍😁

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Bonnie Hoke-Scedrov says:

Thank you so much for this informative video! I got so much out of it.

eensrds says:

Exactly what I needed. Thank you.

Maxine Moore says:

Thank you so much coach!
Just had left surgery, and falling is paramont in the thought pattern daily! Blessings!

Laura Armstrong says:

If they care enough for themselves to do the exercises; cost nothing, no machinery or equipment to clutter the house!

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