You’re deeply wrong if you ever thought feet are less important body part. They are the most overwhelm, hard working body part and are backing movements. If taken care of them, then prevent yourself from back, knee and hip pain also.
Acupressure as therapy is developed over 5.000 years ago, relevant aspect of Asian, particularly Chinese medicine. Precise ánger placement and pressure over clear-cut is acupressure. There are particular channels, familiar as meridians – same one used in acupuncture.
The following 5 exercises will help preventing back pain and strengthen feet, to improve your balance:
Warm up leg muscles before start with any exercise. A tremendous way is with toe presses. Now, while standing, lightly bend knees then grip the floor with toes. Stay in that position counting to three. Repeat 3 times a day doing 10 sets each time.
Everyone can do this. Toe walking strengthens toe muscles, the muscles around the balls of feet, ligaments as well. Need to do is stay on tiptoes and move forward for 20 seconds. Then rest for 10-15 seconds and do it again 5 more times. Do it two times in a day.
It is crucial to have flexible ankles. Restricted and tight ankle could be result of overload of body, causing joint and also muscle pain. Tight muscles cause knee, hip and back pain.
Lie on back and extend one leg over head. Then rotate the extended leg’s ankle clockwise and counting to 10. Repeat this for both legs.
This is fitting for small muscles on foot crucial for maintaining balance.
This can help prevention of injures and you’ll need an exercise band. Sit on the floor and straighten feet in front of you. Wrap the exercise band around bedpost and put band in top of your feet. Then, lean backwards until the band gets thigh.
Now band your foot backwards, hold at position, count to 5, then rest. Repeat 10 more times.
5.Toe Pencil Pickups
These is very simple and can be done everywhere. Put a pencil on the floor and try to lift it off the floor. Then hold 10 seconds and release it. This takes about 15 minutes to do exercise five times for the both feet.
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