The year 2021 was truly remarkable. Things might not have gone back to normal yet because of the ongoing threat of COVID-19, but everyone has already slowly adapted to staying indoors and performing day-to-day activities at safe distances. On the Health and Wellness side of things, many have already adapted to completing their workouts from the safety of their homes.
Home workouts are now the new BIG thing, and we here at Exercises For Injuries understand this need and the importance of keeping your body fit and healthy without compromising your safety from the COVID-19 virus.
Here, we’ve rounded up our Top 10 Most Popular Videos of 2021 based on our most viewed EFI videos.
Tight hips can be frustrating and painful, but they don’t just affect your movement: they also affect how you feel.
If you suffer from lower back pain, a tight hip flexor can make your pain worse. It also makes it difficult to complete simple tasks, like walking upstairs. This is an extremely common issue, and if you want to prevent it or fix it, you need to be proactive. With this easy yoga routine, you’ll learn the most impactful stretches to be done from home to loosen your hip muscles and keep them healthy.
Do you suffer from hip pain? If so, you’re not alone. Hip pain is one of the most common maladies. And, it can be debilitating if not treated properly.
Hip stretches are a great way to treat hip pain and loosen up your muscles. But, many hip stretches should be avoided.
Learn simple hip pain-relief stretches so you can get back to enjoying life!
Many people suffer from SI joint pain, whether it be from an injury or years of wear and tear. Those with SI joint and low back pain often turn to yoga as a way to alleviate their discomfort. Yoga helps heal the body, reduce stress, and correct alignment problems that could be contributing to your SI joint pain.
In this video, we share 5 easy yoga poses that can help you relieve your lower back pain and improve your SI joint health.
Do you ever feel like you have no energy? Are you looking for a natural way to boost your energy that won’t leave you feeling sore or broken down the next day?
The truth is, a lack of energy can be caused by many things. First off, it’s important to make sure your body isn’t deficient in any vitamins or nutrients. If this is not the issue, then try these 5 simple moves to help boost your energy without leaving you feeling sore and beat up.
Depending on your current level of fitness, these exercises can be done at home or the gym. Make sure to start slow and work your way up to more challenging moves as you get stronger. Before you know it, you’ll be feeling like a million bucks!
The knee is a complex and delicate part of the human body. It serves as a pivot for both leg extension and flexion.
Knee problems are one of the most common types of musculoskeletal complaints that lead to individuals missing work and recreational activities. Knee pain can be caused by a direct injury to the knee, or from an indirect injury to other joints, such as the hip or foot, that causes stress on the knee.
To help you figure out which exercises to avoid, we have shared a list of the top 3 best and worst exercises for people with knee pain.
Hip pain is a common problem that affects as many as 80% of all people. When we walk, run, or cycle, we tend to create muscular imbalances that cause our hips to rotate more than they should. The telltale sign of these imbalances is hip pain.
The good news is there are many different stretches that you can do throughout your day to help you feel better. Here are five stretches you can do from the comfort of your bed to help loosen up those hips.
Yoga has become a trending topic in the past years, with celebrities and athletes alike adopting it as a regular part of their daily routines. The practice doesn’t just improve flexibility, strength, and endurance — it also improves balance, which is as important for older adults as much as it is for young people.
Good balance is one of the most important aspects of physical fitness. It can prevent you from getting injured, help build strength, and even boost your energy.
While some poses in yoga are challenging enough to require specific training, there are also a few simple poses that anyone can master with a bit of practice. These five yoga poses will help you improve your balance and your overall health. You’ll be amazed at how much difference something so simple can make!
The SI joint, short for the Sacroiliac joint, is a very important part of the body. It’s the joint between the sacrum and pelvis that keeps the hips aligned. It helps to stabilize the body and plays a crucial role in distributing shock and other forces from walking or running.
One of the most common questions asked by people who suffer from sacroiliac joint pain is what type of exercise might help.
If you are suffering from SI joint pain, you’ve probably searched high and low to find exercises that will help. These exercises can reduce your symptoms, or at least help you manage them.
Piriformis syndrome is a common cause of buttock and thigh pain. It occurs when the piriformis muscle compresses against the sciatic nerve or its roots as they exit the spine. This can lead to a condition called sciatica, which is usually characterized by a sharp pain that radiates down the leg and into your foot.
Sitting for long periods can also tighten your piriformis muscle, which then causes inflammation and irritation of the sciatic nerve.
The following stretches will help you relieve the pain caused by piriformis syndrome. Practice them regularly to achieve the best results.
Angry hip flexors are a common ailment, resulting from sitting down too much, not exercising enough, or even as a symptom of another condition.
The best way to avoid tight hips is by stretching regularly and the perfect solution is yoga. Yoga poses are excellent for stretching hip flexors, especially in the morning when we often wake up with stiffness.
In this video, we demonstrate these 5 recommended yoga poses that target the hip flexors to release tension and muscle knots, helping you restore the proper function of your hips.