You want to be more active. But if you have a balance problem, exercise can be scary. Many body systems contribute to good balance, including your bones, muscles, joints, vision, and inner ear. When your body is not functioning well, your balance may be affected. Common causes of balance issues are diabetes, blood pressure problems, medications, or trouble with your vision or ears. You may think these concerns are limited to older people, but they can affect anybody at any time. Balance problems make you feel dizzy, unsteady, uncoordinated or disoriented. If your balance is off, you may be afraid to exercise or even perform simple daily activities. You may feel uncomfortable working out in a gym or busy ballet studio.
If you want to exercise regularly at home, a ballet barre is the perfect solution. You may wish to continue a program of physical therapy, dance, or try new forms of exercise. Using a good, strong ballet barre for support allows you to maintain and improve your strength, endurance and coordination without fear of falling.
A physical therapist can recommend exercises to improve your balance. As your balance improves, your confidence will grow and you will feel more secure standing and walking. There are a many different types of ballet barres available. Boss Ballet barres are strong, secure and made with high quality steel tubes. Using our ballet barres, in the comfort and convenience of your own home, you can work towards regaining balance, focus, movement and coordination. To learn more about our ballet barres, contact us.