Masters of Equilibrium

January 12, 2011

Featured, Misc

In bio mechanics, balance is an ability to maintain the center of gravity of a body within the base of support with minimal postural sway.When exercising the ability to balance, one is said to be balancing.Balancing requires concurrent processing of inputs from multiple senses, including equilibrium conception (from the vestibular system), vision, and perception of pressure and proprioceptive (from the somatosensory system), while the motor system simultaneously controls muscle actions. The senses must detect changes of body position with respect to the base, regardless of whether the body moves or the base moves. In the case of an individual standing quietly upright, the limit of stability is defined as the amount of postural sway at which balance is lost and corrective action is required. The limit of stability may be described by an irregular conical envelope above the support base.

masters of balancing01 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing02 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing03 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing04 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing05 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing06 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing07 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing08 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing09 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing10 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing11 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing12 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing13 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing14 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing15 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing16 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing17 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing18 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing19 Masters of Equilibrium

masters of balancing20 Masters of Equilibrium

, , , , ,
  • muhammad farooq

    informarive n interesting.refreshing too