I have had weak ankles since my first sprain, and the many subsequent sprains. I have high arches, small feet, and am five and half feet tall. All of those things are not helpful for ankle strength, and I had previously thought I was doomed to have weak ankles forever. One of the many unexpected consequences of this fitness journey has been the improvement to both my coordination and balance. These have occurred in a relatively short period time, especially since I picked Sphericality and started taking classes on a regular basis. All of which seem to involve balance and coordination.
I have loved almost every single class, the instructors are great, and liked the boot camp (the pace was a bit over my head). The instructor that has helped my balance the most has been Kelly. She seems to stress it the most, and does many what she calls “balance challenge” exercises every class. For me, they are definitely challenging and for anyone that knows me, I love a challenge. I may have to reset, flex my ankle, and restart the pose. I do not quit, which she pointed out to me. I am a stubborn person when it comes to challenge, and I do not rest until I at least get better at it. When you push your limits, you grow EVERY TIME. No matter what area of your life it is, and your confidence grows along with it