Stabilization Is Not Achieved with Circus Acts

August 28, 2017



You may have heard or been exposed to the term stabilization when exercising. Stabilization means having well orchestrated control from all sides of a joint. Yes it's incredibly important and required before you add more resistance to an exercise. However, sliding a wobbly ball underneath your feet or standing one leg is not the answer. Adding instability to an unstable body only leads more instability. Will you get better at standing on a ball if you do it a lot? Sure. Your skill will improve like anything you practice more, but don't confuse gross external control for improved internal joint management.


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