2018-10-27 09:50:06 -0600

Stability Exercise: Stork Stance Row

Fitness trainer extraordinaire Tim McComsey demonstrates one difficult exercise that’s all about stability

Begin by tying an exercise band to a pole at about belly button height. Grab the band with both hands, back up a couple feet, and get into stork stance (balance on one leg, with your opposite leg, your back, and your head parallel to the floor). Once comfortable and stable, pull back on the bands with a rowing action.

Take your time, as this is not an easy exercise and staying steady will take a moment to master. After 12–15 reps, switch legs, get comfortable, and then repeat. You’ll be improving your balance and toning your arms, back, and core all at once.



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