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The BEEP program: Keep your balance

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Published: March 10, 2020
  • Author: Matthew Solan,

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Comments

Subhash
March 18, 2020

Are the squats recommended with osteoarthritis of knees?

LEOPOLDO
March 17, 2020

GREAT RECOMMENDATIONS I TURNED 80 and have used MANY OF YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS

Stephanie Bird
March 17, 2020

Very helpful!

Jefferson Viana
March 17, 2020

This post is excellent and objective. Thank you!

Hassan Masood
March 17, 2020

Thank you for showing me how to achieve and improve my balance. I am 78 and need this balance practice on a daily basis. thank you again for your great advice. It is well appreciated.

Richard Robbins
March 17, 2020

Thank you..I.plan to. , start tomorrow
Will advise result in 3-4 weeks

Sandy Gifford
March 16, 2020

I have done these exercises and also they have been a part of my Yoga practice. Recently I have been going to classes in Feldenkrais. The minute attention paid to each exercise for every movement one makes, seems to improve my focus when I am walking.

I am a stumbler if I don’t focus when walking.

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