8 Easiest Mobility Routine Checklist To Improve Your Fitness Regime

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A user named 'KneesOverToesGuy' shared videos of the easiest mobility exercises on platform X that can help you identify the areas you have lost and improve them.

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Let’s go through these easy mobility routine checklists consisting of 8 steps:

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Big toes: Here you have to sit on your toes for about 60 seconds as shown in the video.

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Slant calf: This exercise will help you relieve the tightness in your calves by resting your foot on a slanting surface. Do it for up to 60 seconds.

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External hip: Rest one of your feet on a wall and bring another to above your knees as shown in the video. Do this exercise for 45 seconds for better knee health.

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Internal hip: This exercise relaxes your hip muscles and gives a flex. Do it for 45 seconds or 20 repetitions.

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Groin: This exercise will make your groin muscles stronger while improving posture and increasing mobility. Do it for about 60 seconds or 20 repetitions.

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Frontside: Gently press your top foot into the pad and proceed as shown in the video. It helps to feel active and strong. Do it for up to 45 seconds.

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Backside: Rest your hand on the floor and continue as shown in the video. This exercise is great for relieving the tension in your calves. Do this for up to 20 repetitions per side.

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Sides: Stretch your whole body with this exercise with 10 repetitions per side.

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While these exercises are good for keeping you active and strong with increased mobility, checking in with a health expert before committing to a new fitness routine is always advised.