Set up three tennis balls in a Y-shaped formation, known as the Y-balance exercise, on the floor with one ball directly in front of you and the other two placed slightly to the left and right behind your standing leg. Next, shift your weight onto one leg and lift the other foot off the ground. Begin by reaching the toes of your lifted foot forward towards the front ball, maintaining your balance. Then, move your foot behind your standing leg to touch the ball on the left, before shifting your weight to reach the third ball on your right. Repeat this sequence to improve your balance and stability.

Execution:

Keep the foot of your supporting leg fully grounded throughout the exercise. Avoid lifting your heels if you are spreading your feet apart. Repeat this sequence approximately four times on each side to ensure balance and stability. Remember to perform the exercise on both sides for a complete workout.