An athlete is known for his balance. Most often, the balance is overlooked. Athletes are so clouded by their strength and speed that they tend to forget the importance of training and balance.
You can take for example, the race of a sprinter. The Sprinter begins to run as soon as the starting shot is fired. In spite of running with extreme speed, if he goes off balance, he will fall off. Once he falls off, he cannot win the race.
Here are a few tips to have balance and have a control over the gravity:
- Today, the main aim of anyone is to increase the core and abs to the maximum extent. The core is constituted by lower back, abdomen and hips. This is centre point of the body from where all the movement begins. To strengthen the abs, you must perform exercises like pull-ups, sit-ups, crunches and other activities that require the exercise of abs or keep your abs still for about 30-60 seconds. This is the best way to keep the abs strong.
- It is necessary to keep the lower part of the body fit and strong. If you do so, you can keep your balance and maintain your gravity. To give strength to the lower body, perform activities and exercises like calf raises, power cleans, dead lifts, lunges and squats.
- If you want to achieve long lasting results, you must ensure that you practice your balance on a regular and daily basis. To improve upon your balance, you must practice exercises like standing on balanced boards or standing on a single foot for over a particular period of time. By following these exercises, you can strengthen your core and can also improve and enhance upon your center of gravity as well.
- The most scientific as well as ancient way to enhance your center of gravity is to engage yourself in gymnastics and perform yoga as well. To perform yoga and gymnastics efficiently and effectively, your body needs to be flexible and must have enough stamina to go through the stress and pain involved in the initial stages. The yoga makes your body perform different types of motions and flexible turns and exercises.
In conclusion, you can maintain your center of gravity in the long run only if you practice these exercises regularly with the right attitude and determination. So, buck up and go for it!