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reading and you'll find out there are three. The first is "Dynamic Balance." The dynamic (in
motion) ability to recover from an out of balance situation created by an unstabling environment.
This is commonly known as "Dynamic Balance Recovery"
greater weight or force and maintain or recover balance. This is also referred to as "Perturbation Training." Examples would be a football player preventing a blocker from moving him or a hockey player avoiding a check.
and equipment in a destabilizing environment as the intended activity itself. The balance training involved to re-stabilize your body while doing a backside 720 on a snowboard isn't the same as what's needed by a linebacker making an open field tackle or a golfer swinging his club.
unbalanced threats by sending signals to the brain for use in corrective action to restore balance.
From a static upright position like a soldier standing at attention, there are three main balance
strategies we employ to regain equilibrium. They are the ankle strategy, the hip strategy and the
step strategy. Let's take a look at each one\u2026
point of support. During a mild balance threat, internal and external somatosensory input recruits the ankles to correct and maintain balance. The ankle strategy is a somewhat sub-conscious and an ongoing static response for maintaining and recovering balance.
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