Need help with balance and coordination? This low impact exercise video from celebrity trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir will aid your mobility in under seven minutes
Balance and coordination is a skill we use every single day, without even realising it.
As we age or when we suffer an injury, balance and coordination becomes difficult, which leads us to realise how we should be focusing on not just our fitness and strength but our mobility too.
Your balance and coordination plays a key part in many daily activities, which is why mobility training is one of the first things people focus on during rehabilitation from injury.
During the ageing process in particular our balance and coordination tends to slowly worsen, but this can be tackled by simply applying a few minutes into your day to perform a series of low impact exercises that focus on developing balance and coordination.
Svava recommends doing the workout below once a day.
Try this mobility workout for balance and coordination
Celebrity trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir has put together five simple exercises that can be done in the comfort of your home or even at the office – all you need is a chair and yourself.
This workout can be done in under seven minutes, making it suitable for anyone with a busy lifestyle.
Svava’s book The Viking Method is available to buy now on Amazon.
Plus, Svava and her mother have created and launched their new Mobility
Cards after discovering that there is a group of people who are not being taken care of – the over 60s.
The older you get, the more important it is that you exercise your body. Exercise can be daunting, especially as we mature. You might have more aches and pains or lack confidence in your body and strength.
If this is the case, Svava’s Mobility Cards, £14.99 are a secret weapon – simple, need no equipment or gadgets and can be followed anywhere, by anyone.
A complete, scientifically-designed, age-appropriate plan to help you take care of your physical health from top to toe. Functionality, strength, balance, co-ordination, flexibility.
For more information head over to themobilitycards.co.uk