Your range of motion will increase with continued practice.
I encourage my patients to perform three sets of 10 as deeply and painlessly as their bodies will allow.
To position up, lie flat on your back with bent knees and pelvis.
You can incorporate weights or elevate your knees when you're ready to take things to the next level.
You can modify pushups by performing wall pushups or floor knee pushups.
Ensure that your core remains engaged throughout the duration of the exercise.
To prepare for pull-ups, stand beneath the pull-up bar and grasp it with an overhand hold.
The more slowly you perform this exercise, the more labor your quadriceps will do.
This exercise is most effective when performed on the edge of a step with only your toes on the step and your heels hanging off the edge.
Performing three sets of 15 to 30 repetitions or continuing until the calf muscles become too fatigued to continue.
Finally, it is time for cardiovascular exercise or plyometrics.
Start with activities such as cycling, strolling, and rowing.