8 Best Balance Exercises for Strength, Flexibility, and Stability

Use a low step or box, progressing to a higher one, and add a knee drive by lifting the non-planted leg up until the thigh is parallel to the floor.

Box Step-up with Knee Drive:

Hold dumbbells in front of your thighs, lift one foot off the ground, push hips back, extend the lifted leg behind, and return to the starting position.

Single-Leg Romanian Deadlift:

Stand with feet together, take a big step to the side, push hips back, bend the knee of the stepping leg, and return to the start.

Lateral Lunge: 

Assume a pushup position, tap one shoulder with the opposite hand while keeping hips level, and alternate sides.

Plank with Shoulder Tap:

Stand in a quarter-squat, row a cable handle to your body while maintaining balance and control.

Cable Single-Arm Row:

Perform a single-leg squat with a chair behind you, lower until seated, and stand back up, switching legs.

Single-Leg Squat to a Chair:

Squat down, drive up through your heels to jump, land softly, and repeat for power development.

Bodyweight Squat Jump:

Perform a pushup and press up forcefully so that your hands leave the floor, maintaining a straight body line.

Plyometric Pushup: