7 Mobility Drills To Tackle The Negative Effects Of Excessive Sitting, Watch

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Does your work involve sitting for a longer time, like desk working, driving, etc.? Then this collection of Loaded Progressive Stretching Exercises shared by a user named 'Jakob' on platform X, will work like a miracle for you.

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Progressive Stretching Exercises include applying gentle tension on muscles, tendons, and tissues over time, allowing them to gradually adapt for long-term benefits.

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Get rid of nagging pains in your shoulders, neck, and back and build a strong body with enhanced mobility with these Mobility Drills. Let’s start!

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Good Mornings Exercise 1: This exercise needs you to lower your body while keeping your lower back straight as shown in the video. Repeat the exercise for 10 times. It’s beneficial to open hamstrings.

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One Leg Good Mornings 2: This exercise is done by standing on one foot while keeping another hovering beside your ankle. Lower your upper body while keeping your lower back straight. Do it 10 times for each leg.

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Diagonal Stretch 1: A dynamic exercise that needs you to start by bringing back one leg in a straight line and touching your back heel with the diagonal hand as shown in the video. Do 10 repeats for each leg.

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Diagonal Stretch 2: A little variation to Diagonal Stretch 1, here you need to lock your front knee and try to touch your back heel with your diagonal hand as shown in the video. Do 10 reparations for each leg.

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Figure 4 Raise: A front-line opener exercise where you need to start with the squat position to the sitting position and then raise your body as shown in the video. Repeat the exercise for 10 times.

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Sideline Opener: This exercise helps you release the tightened space in your upper body from the hips to the lower ribcage. To perform it start by lifting one arm over your head and pushing down the other hand beside your body. Do it 10 to 20 times by changing sides.

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Wringing the Towel: This exercise is great for relieving back pain. To perform it lay down on your stomach with arms extended at shoulder height and start moving your legs reaching your hip height as shown in the video. Do 10 to 15 times on each side.