Quick Exercises Routine

quick exercise routine that you can do anywhere to relieve tired, stressed muscles!

Work and daily routines often bring on aches and pains as well as tense, tight muscles. Tight muscles, in turn, reduce the normal flow of oxygen as well as reduces the blood circulation to all of the parts of the body. These reduced flows affect the total body functions. In order to avoid this, you need to take a few minutes from your hectic schedule and do some healthy exercises.

Exercise 1- Sit in a comfortable chair and keep your feet flat on the floor. Relax your body while you press your abdomen back towards your spine and exhale. Pull your tailbone up as you release your lower back towards the floor. Hold and release your abdomen. Do this exercise several times to stretch your back.

Exercise 2- Sit in a comfortable chair or do this exercise in a standing position. Arch your back and turn your head to the left--inhale and exhale. Now turn your head to the right, while still arching your back, and inhale and exhale. Finally, turn your head to the center and inhale and exhale. Do this exercise several times to relieve tense neck muscles.



Exercise 3- Sit in a comfortable chair. Lean forward slowly as far as you can comfortably reach. Slowly drop your head toward your knees and let your hands drop down to your sides. Inhale and exhale deeply. Do this exercise several times to help relieve tired back muscles.

Exercise 4- Stand up and hold your arms down to your sides with your palms to your sides. Inhale deeply as you lift your left leg straight up. Hold your knee straight for several seconds, then lower your knee and exhale. Now inhale deeply and hold your right leg straight up. Hold your knee straight for several seconds, then lower it and exhale as you lower it back to the floor. Do this exercise several times to help stretch tired leg and back muscles.

Exercise 5- Stand in a comfortable position about two feet awayfrom a wall. Place your hands on the wall and keep your arms straight. Bend your arms and let your chin fall to within a couple inches of the wall. Straighten your arms out again, then bend again. Inhale and exhale deeply throughout the exercise. Do this exercise several times to stretch arm and shoulder muscles.

Exercise 6- Sit in a comfortable chair. Hang your left arm down over the side of the chair. Gently turn your head to the right side. Inhale and exhale deeply. Now, hang your right arm over the side of the chair. Gently turn your head to the left side. Inhale and exhale deeply. Do this exercise several times to relieve stiff shoulders and neck muscles.

Exercise 7- Stand or sit with a straight posture. Slowly tilt your head back as far as is comfortably possible. Hold and inhale and exhale deeply. Now, tilt your head forward as far as it will comfortably go. Hold this position. Inhale and exhale deeply. Do this exercise several times to stretch tight neck muscles.

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