7 Exercises You Should Do Absolutely Everyday! (Updated)


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  1. Bob and Brad, thank you so much for sharing your wisdom with us! You make learning and taking care of our bodies fun and comprehensible. It is truly a pleasure watching your videos! I wish you and your families a most happy and blessed New Year!

  2. Happy New Year Guys๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰here's to another year of your great tips for my back especially๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Why would you do any of those exercise if you have no pain and discomfort? I think in the first place people who have pain will be doing some exercise to get rid of it๐Ÿค”

  4. Good day what is your opinion on shockwave therapy for shoulder pain and have you ever done a video on it.
    Thank you

  5. Really appreciate your videos. Please can you do leg/hamstring stretches using a gait belt in the sitting position?

  6. Hey guys in comments, you see that hamstring static stretch hes doing at 6:20? A cool thing to do is do it dynamically. Meaning extend the lifted leg and then bring it back down to 90 degrees and extend again, and keep repeating for 10 reps. Do that and also the way he does which is hold it when its extended. Double benefits ๐Ÿ™‚ worked for me. My hamstrings were super tight now they are good!

  7. Happy New Year you guys and to your team. Some days you guys really make my day. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’•

  8. Sound is much improved.๐Ÿ‘
    That thumbnail picture of Brad – I imagine him practicing that look in front of a mirror. ๐Ÿ˜

  9. You guys should get on TikTok for shorter, more concise content. A summary of your YouTube videos if you will!

  10. Getting creepy af. I was looking for exercise information and sets and reps and I see this conveniently uploaded. Same thing happened when I was looking for info about my planter fasciitis. ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”

  11. Do you have any videos for relief for fibromyalgia? Iโ€™ve been watching you guys for quite a while and havenโ€™t seen any. Any advice is appreciated

  12. Why this obsession of doing physical activity looking like a real estate, insurance or car salesman? Ties are not for physical therapists..The era that ties where seen a a symbol of knowledge has come to an end many years ago…now a days it is seen as a manipulative tool for professionals in professions where products are sold by convincing people where quantitative assessments are difficult or imposible..like bankers, insurers, property sale, etc…for many people a tie trigger disbelief and caution..else great content

  13. 6:30 you can do that with an elastic band if that's too hard at first. You set it around your foot and pull it back toward you.
    7:20 Cavaliere's version of this is better for a real stretch but it works.
    Great vid.

  14. These guys are great. I've had lower back pain for several months (nothing too severe but it was annoying, especially while trying to sleep). After doing some of their exercises for a few weeks the pain was completely gone and now those exercises are a daily routine that just make me feel better ๐Ÿ™‚

    I really think that's stuff you should be taught in school. This is something everybody should know because sooner or later the vast majority of people (especially those that have to sit for 8+ hours at their job) will have some kind of back-issues.

  15. What bad thing could happen if you have spondylolistiesis and do those prone back extensions if they donโ€™t hurt while you do them?

  16. When I tuck my chin then extend my neck back using a towel or without, my neck makes a disconcerting click noise. I donโ€™t feel pain. Any thoughts?

  17. Love you guys. I am a 45 year old woman that plays roller derby, a full contact sport. I appreciate all of the free advice, I need it!

  18. Love the videos guys! Just a quick note though: maybe the video should have been named 7 stretches to do every day because they are stretches not exercises ๐Ÿ˜‰

  19. Never get tired with your intro ๐Ÿ˜‚ new subscriber here! Thank you for your videos. It really helps a busy student like me ๐Ÿ™‚ its like having intellectual and funny uncles haha

  20. New viewer with DDD/Spinal stenosis. Thank you so much for all you do! Could you give examples for how to do daily activities? For instance-how to get clothes out of the dryer, how to get things out of lower cabinets, and how to pick things up off the floor. Keep the videos coming ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. Bob and Brad, Would you be able to do a video to address stretching and strengthening for Chefs? My daughter lives in NY and is in intolerable pain from her job which is a ton of lifting huge amounts of whatever goodness she is mass producing to ship out across Manhattan. Constant stirring, piping, mixing etc. Fast paced and intense. She has been to the ER three times thinking she was repeating kidney stones but not a one. She saw a friend over at home over Christmas who is a sports message therapist who said her muscles are way over stressed. He told her She shouldn't lift anything for a month and gave her a few stretches but obviously 6 hours away isn't going to help her. She needs stretching and strengthening in her upper body and legs. She has had swelling in her left ankle and foot for over a year. She is small and no body fat. No health insurance to speak of…ER only with a 5K deductable which means zero help. I've been watching you guys for my own back issues and thought maybe you could offer something to all of those chefs out there. A male colleague of my daughters who is also age-27 has permanent nerve damage from the work they do and is now on disability. I sure don't want my daughter to end up there but she is a super hard worker and pushes herself relentlessly. Trying to make a living. : / Can you help?

  22. What are good back exercises if someone has multiple fractures, in the spine and also have severe osteoporosis

  23. question for you both. I have a bulging disc, with sciatic nerve pain. Been doing PT for just over 2 months. I'm a 49 year old very active professional server at a high end restaurant. I have used my back my whole life working on organic farms, on vineyards, etc. You get the story. I was a runner for most of my life until the first episode of sciatica happened 13 years ago. Have had 2 other flare-ups of sciatica in the last 10 years and each time it took about 6 months to recover. My sports doctor is recommending I get an injection to help with the inflammation at this point so I can continue with PT , etc and get back to swimming, biking etc.- and be out of pain. He thinks I'm a great candidate for this approach. Any thoughts? Thanks again. I have watched you guys for so long and you have kept me pain free and entertained ๐Ÿ™‚ Liz

  24. Love these guys! My mom who had a stroke has been doing their exercises and are really helping her. Iโ€™m so grateful.

  25. Question please: I have severe pain in the areas that I think are called trapezius and Teres Major. The pain is so severe that it goes all the way around to the front of my chest. Whatโ€™s the best exercise or stretch please?

  26. Hi! Can you please make a video about this problem no one seems to know how to solve: I have radiating pain in both my legs, I donโ€™t know if itโ€™s lumbar sciatica or piriformis or bursitis or tendinitis etc.

    When I stand 10 minutes it hurts, when I walk 10 minutes, when I climb stairs 20 seconds radiates in quads, first thing in the morning radiates a little bit then after walking a bit in the house it stops, when I do lateral hip leg raises it radiates like crazy.. what can it be..

    Thanks a lot you guys!

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