Between the inevitable decrease in balance and mobility all men of a certain age face and sitting cross-legged on the carpet with your youngster, making farm animal noises, you'll have to improve your flexibility with balancing and mobility exercises. For no other purpose than to reach your child in the Chuck E. Cheese maze.
Though called a "warmup," this brief action prepares your body for more activity, not to shake off the shivers. We don't need to "warm up," but we should prepare for optimal movement for walking, standing, sitting, or working out.
Foam noodles can be used for more than building giant lightsabers or obscene gestures at the pool. Foam rolling helps fascia, the connective tissue around your muscles, move.
“Quads and sitting cause most hip flexor issues. That means all office drones have quad flexor mobility issues.
This exercise is crucial.It helps ankle stability, glute and hip flexibility, pelvic flexibility, and core control.
This easy lunge variant stretches hip flexors, quadriceps, hamstrings, and glutes.
This is a great active flexibility move for hamstrings, which don't like static stretching.
Stand tall with feet hip-width apart and hands behind your head to do a standing bicycle crunch. Twisting your torso, lift your left knee and bring your right elbow to it. Repeat the motion on the other side and return to the start. Maintain alternate sides throughout the exercise. Repeat the goal time.
Functional bodyweight squats build lower-body strength and mobility. This workout focuses on glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, and core muscles.
Lunge in situ is the last standing workout to contour your body beyond 30. In-place lunges strengthen your glutes, quadriceps, and hamstrings and improve your balance and coordination.