Standing on One Foot or ‘Flamingo’ Exercise Helps Prevent Injuries

girl accepted a pose for meditation on green meadow


Beginning in our twenties, we gradually  start loosing our sense of balance. 1

As we age, we also loose our muscle strength, flexibly and vision which added to the decline in balance increases the risk of injuries.

We may not know or see this decline until we get injured.

The good news is that a decline in balance can easy be restored by performing this simple exercise which takes 1 – 3 minutes per day.


Benefits of Standing on One Foot

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