Knee-Relieving Exercises Part 3
For those of you who can, the following stretches and muscle-strengthening activities could be very beneficial. Just don't venture out on your own, but ask your physician first whether you can do them, or should forego them.
Stretch the tendons at the back of your knees by sitting down on the floor. Stretch your legs out in front of you and while keeping them straight and your feet pulled back, try to reach your toes. It is not a matter of how far you can reach. The point is to try and press your lower back as far to your knees as possible. Hold this position for about 15 seconds, relax, and repeat it several times.
The next exercise strengthens the muscles in your bottom and the back of your thighs. Laying flat on your back, bend your knees to where your feet are flat on the floor. Cross your hands in front of your chest and lift up your bottom as high as possible. Bring it back down to the floor and lift it back up again. To get the most out of this exercise, the recommendation is to do this about 25 times.
Of course I don't know for sure if these exercises will help out, since I can't speak from experience. I share in and with the hope it will bring you some relief. What I do know from experience is that love, comfort, and wisdom can be found in and with God and that too I share in and with the hope it will relieve your daily troubles!
"With Him are wisdom and strength, He has counsel and understanding.