It is known that physical inactivity contributes to weak and short muscles, which leads to strain on the knees and back, which leads to pain in the back, hip, and knee.
Did you know that stretching exercises improve flexibility and ease the above issues? It also offers the following benefits:

Improved flexibility

Improved circulation, which helps to restore muscle and repair damage caused by joints and muscles
Improved body position (improves body position and prevents neck, back, and shoulder pain)
Increased levels of energy (reduced stress and improved circulation increase the level of energy and fight fatigue)
Strengthens the bones
Improved heart health, improving arterial function and lowering blood pressure
Reduced stress
While the feet carry the full body weight, stretching increases flexibility and relieves pain in other areas of the body.

5 exercises that will fix everything

1. Toe Walking

Walk forward for twenty seconds while standing on tops, with your feet straight. Then, continue walking with your fingers out for twenty seconds and then for twenty seconds with your feet inward. Pause, and repeat four times.

2. Bend your fingers

Sit on a chair, place your feet on the floor and push your fingers several times. Hold to count of ten and repeat with the other leg.

3.Heel Raises

Put your left leg on a chair and slightly bend the right one. Then stand, and lift and lower the right leg, keeping it aligned with the foot.  Repeat this ten times and then do this with the other leg.

4. Tibialis Anterior

While you are in a sitting position and the left knee bent, wrap one end of an exercise band around a chair and the other on the right foot.  Bring the toes together and hold.  Make ten repetitions, and switch legs.

5. Ankle Circles

Lying on the back, bend your knees, and bring it right near the chest. Hug them and start circling with them.

Show your fingers to reach up to twelve hours, and forward for up to six hours. Make several circles in one direction and repeat the opposite, then repeat with the left wrist.

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