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4 Easy Exercises For Beginners!

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Bachelor of Physiotherapy, MPT sports physiotherapy
Physiotherapist, Delhi  •  16 years experience
4 Easy Exercises For Beginners!

In the course of daily life, the element which stands as the most crucial factor is the health. However, the irony being the contemporary life more sedentary than ever, the scope of staying fit is gradually diminishing. Every second-day people are being diagnosed with obesity or some disorder and health issues that often gives you pain.

A therapy that helps people to manage several conditions without drugs or surgery is physiotherapy, and for problems like posture correction and obesity, physiotherapy suggests simple exercises to manage the condition.
Many people commence their workout routines with aims of losing weight, getting stronger and developing health, but stop disappointed when they lose commitment and willpower.

Physiotherapy can assist you to develop a habit you can stick to.

  1. The simple plank move: The plank pose is feasible because it is easy enough to perform at any place, and works your body’s complete core. It stretches the spine, strengthens the wrists and arms, and increases balance. One should hold the pose for 15 seconds and then release, repeating it for two times.
  2. Squat training as an integral physiotherapy exercise: A full-body fitness exercise, this works the quads, hips, and hamstrings, and even strengthens the core. Squats may help promote coordination and balance as well as the density of bone. Stand with feet a slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, toes should point slightly outward, keep the butt back, squat down, drop so the tops of your legs are parallel, and stand up.
  3. Easy crunches: The classic way to strengthen abs and lose weight. Fitness goal for this workout is strength and toning, fat loss, health, belly fat and cardio fitness. Lie on back with palms facing down, knees up and arms against sides, place the feet flat on the ground firmly. Gradually and lightly lift head and shoulder blades by contracting the abdominal muscles. Move torso halfway to your knees and hold for 5 seconds and release. Repeat this four times.
  4. Toe physiotherapy: This beginner exercise is aimed at fat loss, and building stamina. Lie on your back. Flex your feet, cross your legs, and raise your legs to a 90-degree angle. Stretch your arms and keep your chin up. Breathe gently as you crunch up, stretching toward your toes through a count of 10. Hold your position for 2 seconds at the highest tension point, then lower yourself back gradually to the origin point through a count of 10. Attempt to restrain your upper back from touching the ground. Repeat it three times without resting. Physiotherapy of toe helps to strengthen the ankle stabilizing muscles and improve balance.

Apart from the exercises mentioned above, regular walking or running can help improve the overall fitness of your body. Getting into shape will not only extend your life prospect and expertise to tackle daily activities with skill, but it will also increase your overall essence of life and give you a feeling of happiness and confidence.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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