5 Balance Beam Exercises Using the 6’ Pro Beam

5 Balance Beam Exercises Using the 6’ Pro Beam

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Balance beam exercises offer an exciting and effective way to improve your balance, stability, and overall fitness. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced athlete, incorporating balance beam exercises into your routine can provide numerous benefits, including increased core strength, flexibility, and improved coordination. 

Check out the newly upgraded 6’ Foam Pro Balance Beam from We Sell Mats, featuring a high-density, dual foam core. It offers a great way to get started with balance beam exercises. 

Before you get started with balance beam exercises, think about safety and proper attire. Practice near a wall or a sturdy support in the beginning to stabilize yourself if needed. Wear comfortable clothing and appropriate footwear with good traction.

Balance Beam Exercise Routines

  1. Balancing Act
  • Stand on one foot on the beam for 30 seconds, then switch legs.
  • As you progress, try closing your eyes or adding small leg lifts.
  1. Beam Walk
  • Walk across the beam heel to toe.
  • As your balance improves, increase your speed.
  1. Plie Jumps
  • Stand on the beam with your feet together.
  • Perform plie jumps, bending your knees and jumping off the beam, landing back on it.
  1. Lateral Leg Lifts
  • Stand on one foot and lift the other leg to the side, keeping it straight.
  • Repeat for 10-15 repetitions on each leg.
  1. Cartwheels (for more advanced users)
  • With proper training, you can learn to perform cartwheels on the balance beam, enhancing both your balance and gymnastic skills.

Remember to start slowly, prioritize safety, and gradually progress to more challenging exercises as your skills and confidence grow. With consistent practice, you'll not only master the balance beam but also reap the rewards of a healthier, stronger, and more graceful you. So, step up onto the beam and begin your journey towards better balance today!

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