Practical Exercises To Increase Strength And Minimize Injuries
PRACTICAL EXERCISES YOU CAN DO TO INCREASE YOUR STRENGTH AND MINIMISE THE RISK OF GETTING INJURED
Start by placing your feet shoulder-width.
Slowly lower your body. Push your bottom back like sitting on chair. Your knees should not pass over your toes.
Start in a wide stance. Slowly lower your weight centre. Supporting feet should remain stable. Your knees should not pass over your toes.
Start by placing your hands shoulder-width. Lower your chest until it hits the floor, then move back up. Your head, back and bot- tom should remain in straight line.
Lay on back placing your feet shoulder-width. Lift your hips until your knees, hips and shoulders form a straight line. Hold bridge for few seconds, then ease down.
Start by placing your elbows and toes shoulder-width. Lift your body up by squeezing your bottom and core of body. Keep a straight line from your head to toes.
Place your feet shoulder-width, back against wall. Lower your body until your knees form a 90° angle with the floor. Your knees should not pass over your toes.