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How to relax your leg muscles

Relaxation - a condition in which the muscles are completely at rest. Muscle relaxation is important not only after physical activity, but also to the occupation. You must learn to relax the muscles when you are at rest, and relax the muscles that do not participate in the movement as during exercise, as well as in everyday life.

How to relax your leg muscles

Instruction how to relax the muscles of the legs

Step 1:

There are a number of exercises designed to relax the leg muscles. Lift the leg bent at the knee, shaking it in the air, relax muscles, lower the free leg to the floor. The same do the other leg. Bend your leg at the knee, try to get the heel to the buttocks. Relax and lower leg. The same do the other leg. Grasp hands leg below the knee, lift it up, relax and shake hands shin. Release your hands and put your foot on the floor. The same proceed with the second foot.

Step 2:

The following exercises can be noted as a relaxation after stress. Sit on a chair so that it fell on the edge of the buttock crease. Spread your legs to relax the muscles in the thigh part. Put lower leg perpendicular to the floor. If you continue to feel the tension in the legs, the feet slide forward by 5 cm to power failure.

Step 3:

Lie on your back on a mat, if you're in the gym, or on a bed, sofa. Put your head under a low pillow or folded arms. Place the feet shoulder-width apart. Thus socks diverge laterally. Relax your legs.

Step 4:

Very useful exercise in which, sitting on a chair you need to put the foot flat on the floor. Pull the toes up, not tearing off the heel from the floor, and then try to push socks on the floor, again without lifting the heel. Relax your legs.

Step 5:

Sitting on a chair, extend your legs forward parallel to the shoulders. Lift your legs straight, completely straighten your knees, hold, and then lower. Give feet a rest. These exercises allow you to not only relax your muscles and feel what kind of load you get by doing this or that exercise.