Not bad, not bad. I do balance or proprioceptive training with many of the clients at my Los Angeles sports chiropractic office. Not only do these exercises prevent falls, but they improve athletic performance, add grace to the gait, and believe it or not, help reduce low back pain (check out the article here to find out how). So whether you are a chiropractor, physical therapist, or other movement therapist, try adding music to your training program. If you are just into working out and keeping fit, then do so to the rhythm of your favorite music. Moving rhythmically to the beat will improve your balance by syncing your proprioceptors, muscles and brain. Trust me when I say this is the greatest thing you can do for yourself physically. Balance, in all areas is the name of the game.