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Do you tend to balance or plant yourself more?

Relative to other people, are you more inclined to firmly plant yourself (stationary, 2 feet on ground) or balance (in motion, 1 foot on ground) when doing momentary routine trivial things like dishes or grabbing an object from a table, floor, or fridge?


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12I balance while operating.
8I firmly plant myself, then operate.


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Dino
posted 15-Feb-2013 8:13am  
Wow! I never thought about this. I think I balance and keep a level of motion going somehow.
bill Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 15-Feb-2013 9:55am  
I really like this question and the insight it speaks to.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 15-Feb-2013 11:29am  
It depends on what I'm doing. Dishes, I always have two feet on the floor. But for many other things, like leaning over and grabbing something from the floor, I will often balance on one foot, unless I'm feeling tired or the object I'm grabbing is heavy.
LindaH Silver Star Survey Creator
posted 15-Feb-2013 12:16pm  
I balance. On two occasions that I planted, I locked my knees and almost passed out. So I balance.
Kristal_Rose
posted 17-Feb-2013 11:24pm  
I'm the balancing leaping gazelle ballerina type unless I'm working with power tools, but even that is more about the precision than security.
JessicaWoman99 Silver Star Survey Creator
posted 1-Mar-2013 4:09pm  
I tend to balance myself
cloudhugger Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 3-Mar-2013 12:54pm  
I balance in motion. It makes me feel like a super hero. Or dancing. Plus, I balance in motion because I am so unbalanced. The more balanced I am physically, the more apt I am to stand firm.
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