Lift one leg at a time, holding for a few seconds, and then lower it back down. Repeat with the other leg.
Walk in a straight line, placing the heel of one foot directly in front of the toes of the other foot with each step.
Stand on one leg, keeping the other leg slightly lifted off the ground. Hold for as long as comfortable, then switch to the other leg.
Sit on a chair with feet flat on the floor, then stand up and sit back down without using your hands for support.
Stand beside a chair and slowly lift one leg out to the side, then lower it back down. Repeat with the other leg.
Lift your knees up towards your chest, alternating legs as if you are marching in place.
Stand tall, shift weight onto one leg, and place the sole of the other foot against the inner thigh or calf of the standing leg. Balance and hold the position, then switch sides.
Engage in tai chi exercises specifically designed for balance improvement, focusing on slow, controlled movements and shifting weight between different stances.
Stand behind a chair, hold onto it for support, and slowly lift one leg straight back while maintaining balance. Lower the leg and repeat with the other leg.
Stand with one foot directly in front of the other, heel to toe, and hold the position for as long as possible. If needed, hold onto a wall or chair for support.