I'm writing in the past tense, but, we still do it.
This video shows variations on the "common lunge matrix", a key component of the Gray Institute movement wheelhouse, which asks people to train basic, fundamental movement patterns in a more functional, multi-dimensional manner.
Here, we've taken three lunges (forward, side, rotational), and turned them into leaps, which are simply plyometric lunges. Tom is super active - he plays in ice hockey AND soccer leagues up in Portland, ME, he runs, and practices yoga - so we increase the intensity of the exercise to meet him at his movement threshold. We also added in a good old game of catch with a ball we found on our walk earlier that morning to light up some coordination and balance areas in his brain.
*Note: I started videotaping Tom after only 1 practice, so if he looks a little shaky it's because he's learning! There's that cognitive learning stage right in front of your eyes. By the third time around he was steady as an ox.