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Standing Balance Reverse Toe Tap

Improve your balance, coordination, and lower body strength with the Standing Balance Reverse Toe Tap exercise. Stand on one leg, tap the other's toes, alternate sides each rep, enhancing your core stability and strength.
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Standing Balance Reverse Toe Tap instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand straight on your left leg and raise your right foot slightly off the ground.
2
Keep your hands on your hips, lean forward from your hips and lower your body as you reach your right foot back to tap the floor without bearing weight on it.
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Return to standing by pressing down into your left foot and driving your body upwards.
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Try to maintain balance and not to rely heavily on your right foot, shifting your weight to your left leg only, this is considered as one rep.
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Repeat the exercise for the desired number of repetitions and then perform with the opposite leg.
Stand straight on your left leg and raise your right foot slightly off the ground.
Keep your hands on your hips, lean forward from your hips and lower your body as you reach your right foot back to tap the floor without bearing weight on it.
Return to standing by pressing down into your left foot and driving your body upwards.
Try to maintain balance and not to rely heavily on your right foot, shifting your weight to your left leg only, this is considered as one rep.
Repeat the exercise for the desired number of repetitions and then perform with the opposite leg.
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