By the time I came to my senses and filmed this, he’d been holding himself up for about 10 minutes. I know I know I’m always full of excuses, but I’m slow like that, and only come to my senses when it’s almost too late
This, my friends, is the result of 6, yes 6, medek sessions in New York. I tried this a few weeks ago – nothing, he just collapsed forward or to the sides. Today, he did about 8 minutes without falling, and about 5 sessions fluctuating between 2 and 8 minutes. Joy joy joy!
He’s sitting on a balance board, which allows me to make very very slight corrections if he’s loosing balance. At first I had to correct him a lot, towards the middle almost not at all, at the end a bit more because he got tired.
If you’re wondering why I keep putting my face or hand in front of him – it’s to get him to sit up straight so he can watch his TV over my face or hand….sneaky sneaky
Tiny tiny tiny steps…moving along…joy joy joy!