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Static Position Standing

Static Position Standing

The Static Position Standing exercise is a simple yet effective way to improve your overall balance and stability. This exercise involves standing in a fixed position for a certain duration, challenging your muscles to maintain stability and engage your core. To perform Static Position Standing, start by finding a clear space where you have enough room to comfortably stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Keep a slight bend in your knees and ensure that your posture is upright with your shoulders rolled back and down. From here, choose a focal point in front of you and fix your gaze on it to help maintain your balance. The goal of Static Position Standing is to hold this position for a specific amount of time, gradually increasing the duration as your balance improves. It may seem like a simple exercise, but maintaining a stable position can be quite challenging, especially if you're a beginner or have any balance concerns. As you progress, you can also try closing your eyes to further challenge your balance and proprioception. By regularly incorporating Static Position Standing into your workout routine, you can strengthen the muscles in your legs, ankles, and core, ultimately enhancing your overall balance and stability. This exercise is particularly beneficial for older adults who may be at a higher risk of falls and can greatly improve their functional independence. Remember, always consult with a fitness professional or physician before starting any new exercise program, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or concerns. So, give Static Position Standing a try and embrace the challenge of improving your balance and stability for a more active and confident lifestyle!


  • Start by standing up straight with your feet hip-width apart. Keep your feet parallel to each other.
  • Gently engage your core by pulling your belly button in toward your spine.
  • Relax your shoulders and let your arms hang naturally by your sides.
  • Distribute your weight evenly between both feet.
  • Keep your gaze straight ahead and your chin parallel to the floor.
  • Hold this position for a desired amount of time, starting with 10 seconds and gradually increasing as you get more comfortable.

Tips & Tricks

  • Engage your core muscles to maintain a stable posture
  • Distribute your body weight evenly on both feet
  • Keep your shoulders relaxed and down
  • Focus on maintaining a neutral spine
  • Try to avoid shifting your weight forward or backward
  • Breathe deeply and rhythmically throughout the exercise
  • Keep your knees slightly bent to reduce strain on the joints
  • Maintain a relaxed but attentive mental state
  • Gradually increase the duration of the static position over time
  • Incorporate variations such as standing on a balance board or foam pad for added challenge


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