Millions of individuals throughout the world these days experience knee pain. It is a discomforting and painful illness that can have a negative effect on our way of life and motion. It may be acute and develop because of an injury and be chronic. Chronic knee pain generally happens due to osteoarthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, and so on.
We all know that you can treat knee pain with medication or by working out. Throughout this article, we will present to you a couple of efficient knee pain relieving workouts.
1. One Leg Squat
Place your right leg on top of the left knee and then squat. Next, place your foot on the ground and repeat the exercise with the opposite leg. Do 10 reps with both limbs.
2. Rear Leg Raise
Begin on your hands and knees, facing straight ahead, and bend the knees at a 90-degree angle between the calves and hamstrings. Then lift up one leg and keep it in that position for a couple of seconds. Repeat it a couple of times, and then do the opposite leg.
3. Glute Bridge
Lie on your back, point your knees up and place your feet on the floor. Lift up your butt from the floor until just your head, shoulders and feet are in contact with the floor. Squeeze your glutes hard at the peak of the move and lift your hips up as high up as possible. Do 10 reps.
4. Knee to Elbow Crunches
Lie on your back, placing your hands behind your head and bending your knees. Having your elbows flared, raise your shoulder blades from the ground and remain in that position for a while. Next, twist the upper part of your body, so you touch the opposite knee with your elbow, while stretching your other leg. Hold it for some time and then get back in the initial position. Do 10 reps.
5. Pilates Swimming Exercise
Lie down on your stomach placing your arms on top of your head. Then lift up your lower legs and upper part of your body from the ground. You should pulse your legs and arms up and down. Move your right arm and left leg at the same time and your left arm and right leg at the same time. Do 20 reps.