Mobility problems affect all over the world, both young and old. Mobility is defined as the ability to make full use of your muscles and joints. Improving your mobility can improve your flexibility and fitness, reduce pain, and reduce the risk of injury.
If you have mobility problems, you can fully use your muscles and joints again with a few mobility exercises. Here are 5 different exercises to try and improve your mobility muscles.
The inchworms work on your hamstrings, hips and calves. Reach your hands to the floor and keep your knees straight.
Then walk your hands forward until you reach the full plank position and then walk your hands back to your toes. Keep your knees straight while walking your hands back. When your hands return to your toes, get up immediately.
Try to do three rounds of 10 reps each. If your fitness is low, start with 5 reps and work your way up.
2. Belt pullers
Cover straps work on your upper body, including your shoulders, shoulder blade, spine, ribs and your hips. For this you need an exercise band.
Lie flat on your back with your knees bent. Keep your shoulders, hips, back and feet flat on the floor as you move. Pull the band from the top to your hips, then pause. Then put your arms back above your head. Make sure it is a smooth movement.
Try to do three rounds of 12 to 15 reps each.
3. Way to Way Way
A must pass works on your deltoids, chest, upper back, and rotator cuffs. You will need a broom broom or PVC pipe for this exercise.
Stand with your shoulders apart and hold your broom or pipe parallel to the floor, with an additional handle (your fingers should be kept away from you). Keep your arms straight and lift your object above your head. Hold your core tight and bring the object as far away from your head as possible and hold it for a few seconds.
Repeat this exercise for three rounds of five reps each.
Neck pain can cause a serious cramp in your daily routine. Neck action can help reduce neck pain and neck circles help neck movement.
To make the neck circles, you sit or stand with your hands on your lap. Tilt your neck to the side until you feel it stretch, then roll your head forward. Bring your chin to your chest and then roll your head to the other line until you feel a stretch on that side.
Make five semicircles, moving them all slowly and continuously.
5. Lunges with the world’s best stretch
The lungs help improve the mobility of your thoracic spine and your hips. To do this, drop forward with one foot. Then lean forward and place your hands on the floor. Turn and reach the other arm, reaching for the sky.
Take four deep breaths while in this position, then bring your hand back to the floor and return to a standing position. Repeat the opposite. Aim of five on each side. If self-stretching isn’t working, physical therapy can also help improve mobility. If this article is helpful, keep checking back for new content.