Your brain and spine make up the nervous system. Your muscles make up your muscular system. Our muscular system is attached to our bones, which is the skeletal system, otherwise, we would be big a pile of flesh, cartlidge and muscle on the floor. Our nervous system communicates to our muscular system and those messages, or electrical signals, activates our muscles and instructs their movements. Our balance depends on how well these two systems communicate.
We can do exercises to help improve our balance significantly! However, you have to work at it. Improving your balance requires consistency and progressively harder exexrcises.
Balance University is designed to increase and improve the communication network between your nervous system and your muscular system. The exercises in balance university are organized in such a way, that each week the exercises get progressively harder. In return, you will be challenged each week, within your boundaries, and you will see your balance improve.
Now, the more you put into it, the more you get out of it. If you look at the picture above, you will see the balance university key (colorful circle with arrows and words). Balance University is based on this key. However, YOU DO NOT NEED EQUIPMENT! I have included substitutes for every exercise that uses equipment that you can do at home. Balance University will improve your balance!