Sit on a sturdy chair with your feet flat on the ground. Make sure the chair will not roll or slide. Have a sturdy surface in front of you such as a countertop, so that you can reach to it for support if you start to feel unsteady when standing.
Scoot forward so your bottom is positioned at the front of the seat.
Shift your body weight forward by leaning your chest over your toes. Squeeze your gluteal muscles and slowly rise to a stable standing position.
Slowly sit back down to the starting position and repeat 10 times.
Modification: If necessary, place your hands on the arms or seat of the chair and push through your hands to help stand and sit. The goal is to not use your hands at.