Four Ways to Improve Your Balance

If you, or someone you love, has difficulty with balance, here are a few easy exercises that will help your confidence and prevent falling.  It’s important that you feel safe when you work on balance, so that you don’t fall. If your balance isn’t good enough, stand behind a sturdy chair.

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Named one of the “Top 5 Trainers in Los Angeles" by Ranker.com, Sam Page is the owner of Sam Page Fitness (www.sampagefitness.com) and the force behind PeaceLoveLunges.com. He can quickly identify problem behaviors through motivational interviewing, and uses science, exercise physiology, and 10 years experience as a coach to produce red carpet results. 

A technology fanatic since his time at Apple, Sam was one of the first trainers to offer remote online guided training to people around the world using his app, PocketSAM. He continues to educate and inspire others with regular speaking engagements at wellness conferences across the country, and is a regular contributor to MensFitness.com, Passport, DNA, HIV Plus, and The Advocate. Sam is certified in Executive Protection, CPR/AED, and First Aid, and is active in the Buddhist, LGBT, and SMART Recovery communities in LA. In his free time, Sam enjoys documentaries, playing flag football, and hanging with his Yorkie, Max. He is founder of Athletes for Humanity.

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10/16/2014
If you, or someone you love, has difficulty with balance, here are a few easy exercises that will help your confidence and prevent falling.  It’s important that you feel safe when you work... read more
10/16/2014
If you, or someone you love, has difficulty with balance, here are a few easy exercises that will help your confidence and prevent falling.  It’s important that you feel safe when you work... read more