If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting Simple balance exercises that can be done at home to help improve your health and mobility

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting Simple balance exercises that can be done at home to help improve your health and mobility

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting Flexibility exercises that can be done at home to help improve mobility and help prevent falls

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting Flexibility exercises that can be done at home to help improve mobility and help prevent falls

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting Sitting exercises  Gentle sitting exercises that can be done at home to help improve mobility and help prevent falls

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting Sitting exercises Gentle sitting exercises that can be done at home to help improve mobility and help prevent falls

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting A. Rest your hands on the back of a chair for stability.  B. Raise your left leg to the side as far as is comfortable, keeping your back and hips straight. Avoid tilting to the right.   C. Return to the starting position. Now raise your right leg to the side as far as possible.   Raise and lower each leg five times.

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting A. Rest your hands on the back of a chair for stability. B. Raise your left leg to the side as far as is comfortable, keeping your back and hips straight. Avoid tilting to the right. C. Return to the starting position. Now raise your right leg to the side as far as possible. Raise and lower each leg five times.

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting This exercise is good for improving leg strength.  A. Sit on the edge of the chair, feet hip-width apart. Lean slightly forwards.  B. Stand up slowly using your legs, not arms. Keep looking forward and don't look down.  C. Stand upright before slowly sitting down, bottom-first.  Aim for five repetitions – the slower the better.

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting This exercise is good for improving leg strength. A. Sit on the edge of the chair, feet hip-width apart. Lean slightly forwards. B. Stand up slowly using your legs, not arms. Keep looking forward and don't look down. C. Stand upright before slowly sitting down, bottom-first. Aim for five repetitions – the slower the better.

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting A. Rest your hands on the back of a chair for stability.  B. Standing upright, raise your left leg backwards, keeping it straight. Avoid arching your back as you take your leg back. You should feel the effort in the back of your thigh and bottom.   C. Repeat with the other leg.   Hold the lift for up to five seconds and repeat five times with each leg.

If you're not very active, you may want to get the all-clear from a GP before starting A. Rest your hands on the back of a chair for stability. B. Standing upright, raise your left leg backwards, keeping it straight. Avoid arching your back as you take your leg back. You should feel the effort in the back of your thigh and bottom. C. Repeat with the other leg. Hold the lift for up to five seconds and repeat five times with each leg.

My Week with Sciatica.  How I'm dealing with sciatica nerve inflammation as a runner and what has helped me. #sciatica #health #chiropractor #body #running

My Week with Sciatica. How I'm dealing with sciatica nerve inflammation as a runner and what has helped me. #sciatica #health #chiropractor #body #running

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