Balance is Important and Taekwon-Do Training Can Help

Numerous medical studies indicate that after a person reaches their mid-twenties, a person’s ability to balance begins to decline and inversely, so does a person’s risk of falling increases. Good balance is often associated with strong core strength, which in turn improves a person’s posture, enhances overall physical performance and reduces back pain. Benchmarking Your Progress As a benchmark to measure how well your balance is improving, stand on one leg with your eyes closed and time yourself until you need to return your other leg to the ground. As your balance improves, so will the length of time that you are able to remain balanced on one leg with your eyes closed. Defining Balance In

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