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Description of the Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT)

March 22nd, 2018 · No Comments · Balance

The Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT) is a test of dynamic balance, which requires subjects to balance on one leg and reach as far as possible in eight different directions. This test has been used as an indicator of lower limb injury risk. Read about the Star Excursion Balance Test, and the similar Y-Balance Test which was derived from this test.


New Balance Test for NHL Combine – Y Balance

June 7th, 2015 · No Comments · Balance, Ice Hockey

A new balance test was added to the NHL Combine in 2015, called the Y Balance Test.  This test is a dynamic test performed in a single-leg stance that requires strength, flexibility, core control and proprioception. This is the latest in a series of balance and core stability type tests that they have trialed over the years. It looks like a pretty complex test to perform, but seems a good objective measure of balance. Previously they have used a balance board, single-leg squats and a Hex Agility test (like the like the hexagon test). See more about the Y Balance Test.

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Spectacular Indo Board Tricks

August 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · Equipment, Surfing

You can do tricks on your Indo Board too. Here is a video of Mallory Turner doing some spectacular Indo Board moves. Mallory Turner is a champion surfer, and you can tell. The Indo Board is great for improving your balance, and maybe even your surfing ability. See more about the Indo Board.

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Indo Board Balance Training

August 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · Balance, Equipment, Surfing

This is an official Indo Board Video, show Indo Board President, Hunter Joslin, on the DBZ Show demonstrating all his tricks. The Indo Board is great for improving your balance, particularly if you are a surfer. As one commenter said, a piece of wood and pvc pipe could also do the trick, but it would not look as good. See more about the Indo Board.

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