1. Warm-up and stretch before exercising. Warming up and stretching can help the knee joint in many ways, including increasing the circulation of the blood and lymph fluid into and out of joint structures and the adjacent soft tissues and ensuring that the muscles and the ligaments attendant to the knee joint are not too tight. As a result, tension on the tendons is reduced, and pressure on the knee is relieved.
This exercise is designed to work the shoulders, upper back and triceps. If you want to increase or decrease the resistance or challenge of the exercise you can do so by changing the type of exercise band to either a stronger or less resistant one. - View Details
Equipment: Exercise Tube or Band
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The World Health Organization recommends that adults 18-65 years old get "30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity 5 days per week" or "20 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity 3 days per week"- Next Fitness Tip