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Proprioception is the ability of the body and limbs to sense its movements, actions, and locations in the environment. It is referred to as kinesthesia. The main function of this ability is to prevent injuries and falls by improving the body balance and geographical awareness, it also helps athletes to improve coordination, agility, and time of reaction and also helps improve balance.

For kinesthesia [1] to work properly, there must be a close relationship between the tissues, nervous system [2], and proprioceptors [3]. These proprioceptors help to deliver information related to movements, positions, force, and environments to the brain, and they are positioned on the nerve endings of muscles, joints, skin, and tendons. Proprioception may reduce due to age, injuries, and diseases, which causes injuries and falls to occur more often. There are different types of exercises for strength and balance [4].

Also, for people who have been injured or have gone through surgical operations, there are specific stay-at-home exercises that help to improve proprioception, these exercises include: