Solution Name: Increasing Flexibility and Endurance Training
Flexibility stretch your muscles and can help your body stay limber. Being flexible gives you more freedom of movement for other exercises as well as for your everyday activities, including driving and getting dressed. Flexibility exercises include:
Shoulder and upper arm stretch
Neck and shoulder release
Calf stretch exercise
Neck stretch exercisers
Shoulder and upper arm exercises
Buddy stretch exercise
Walking, jogging, swimming, raking, sweeping, tennis and dance exercise are good ones to try. Aerobic exercise works the large muscles in your body, benefitting the cardiovascular system. Work up to getting 20 or more minutes per session, 3 or 4 days a week.
Equipment such as medicine balls or weight machines
Resistance tubes or bands during exercises
Your own body as a weight, as you would do during push-ups or sit-ups
Doing normal daily activities such as lifting groceries or walking up and down the stairs can also help increase endurance. There are also many exercises at home that don’t need equipment, such as push-ups and sit- ups. Challenge the muscles to work harder or longer than they usually do.
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