What are the five top exercises that can help to improve flexibility, movement, and general well-being?
This question has a myriad of answers for different people, but some of the best exercises for overall flexibility and general well-being would be:
Overhead squats, which focus on your full-body. While the average squat centers a lot around your lower body and core muscles, adding in the overhead weight raise gives you a greater upper body workout as well.
Lunges, which are, again, great for your lower body, especially for your quads and glutes.
Single-leg heel raises, which center on your calves, a muscle that surprisingly doesn’t get much attention unless you’re an active runner or engage in jumping exercises.
Push-ups, which are ideal for great upper body strength.
And, finally, the “Swan” is essential for flexibility and mobility of the spine.
Stick to these five exercises to really give yourself a well-rounded fitness routine, to keep your body flexible and easily mobile.
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