2.Improves your core strength and in turn leads to better posture. Actively balancing strengthens your core. This constant core work leads to improved posture and stronger back muscles. A Scandinavian study published in 2011 found that after 10 sessions of slack line training, subjects improved posture, balance, and reflex control.
3.It’s a full body workout! Balancing on a slackline requires the complete use of your body. You need to engage all of your muscles and your focus to stop you from falling off!
4.Sport Specific Training – slacklining has a whole load of benefits that can be translated into most sports.
5.Sharpens focus – in order to effectively walk a slack line you need undivided and intense concentration. The tiniest deviation will most likely cause you to fall off. Regular practice will increase your attention span and will give you more control over your mind’s wandering thoughts. If you are attempting to improve your ability to focus, slacklining can definitely help you.
6.Injury prevention – in addition to boosting your balance, slacklining may also help prevent some common leg injuries. Balance and stability work have shown to improve the stability of the knee joint. It is also used for rehab and recovery following knee injuries such as ACL surgery.
7.Beyond the scientific reasons, a great benefit of slacklining is that it is great fun! It is also a simple and portable device that can be set up anywhere in minutes and enjoyed by everyone!