Koru Nutrition - Joint Health Video Collection
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First up, we just want to congratulations for your journey in joint health. As a company, we want to see you succeed and living a life that is radically enhanced. That is why along with your purchase this year for our birthday, we are giving you the gifts.
One of the things that we focus on as a company, when dealing with joints, is helping people break the cycle of joint discomfort. Where there is a negative impact, we look to soothe it (Koru FX supports this soothing process), we deal with the fire at the root of the problem (with Joint FX and nutrition), and then we look at repairing and protecting yourself in the future.
It is this last point that brings you to this article about exercise! There is so many resources out there, it is hard to know where to start. We have spent some time looking for videos that will start you on a journey of finding what works for you.
Take your time
If you haven't been exercising for a while, you need to take your time. The last thing you want to do is over-exercise and hurt yourself more. Take note of where you are and what exercise you are currently doing. This will give you somewhere to start and add to. Click on this link to see some other mistakes to avoid.
Stretching is so important no matter what age or level of exercise we are at. This warms up the joints and muscles and prep us for the main exercises. If you think of your car on a frosty winter morning, you turn it on early so that the heater warms up the car first or you are shivering on your drive. That is not an enjoyable time.
Lubricate Your Joints
Between our joints we have synovial fluid. This fluid flows in and around our joints reducing stiffness and creating an ease of movement. The trouble is that this fluid sometimes needs a bit of action to get it going if it has remained still for too long. Think honey crystalized rather than runny. This is most notable in stiffness when you wake up in the morning.
These are not big exercises but are gentle things that will just get the fluid in your joints moving again.
One of the things that we need to focus on as we get older is balance, especially if our joints are needing support. So, with anything else we need practice and exercise.
Now we get to the last three categories which are arguably the most known. The first up is cardio. This is to get your heartbeat up, keep those joints moving and exercised. As with lubrication and stretching, cardio really does awaken your joints if you have not been using them. It is important as if you are not using them, your joints will easily begin to stiffen. That is not what we want for our joints especially if we are on a journey of joint restoration.
As we stated earlier, take your time and build up on this one slowly. You don't to push too hard and hurt yourself.
Joints don't work alone. Like everything in our body, it is a team effort. This being the case we want to strengthen muscles and joints. The exercises that we have included start with stretches and warm downs after which again are important.
Relaxation is important. This is not the warm down but exercises that slow us down and help us end the day well. One thing which has been linked with inflammation in joints is stress. If we can exercise and relax, we get two birds with one stone.
If you are up for a something a bit more challenging, you could also do a 7-day challenge. There are a number of these around. The Cardio video we supplied is a part of a challenge on her channel or click the link below.
We are so excited to be on this journey with you to break the negative impact on your joints. As we said at the top, our mission is to help you live life to the fullest. We hope that these videos and our other material will help you on this journey.