How do you know the stretch you’re doing is good for your joints?

Silas Nielsen
Well obviously while u stretch u will feel this feeling
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Aiden Newman
It makes my day – I feel more flexible, my body is feeling better at work (I am only sitting or standing, nothing more) and it makes me feel happy that I am doing something for myself, so I feel proud of myself, when I stretch. It is better to do something than nothing, even if you have almost no time to excercise..

Manuele Pires
Well, honestly, the stretching movement feels better over time. At the beginning, stretching felt tight and a bit painful (a little). But as I stretch now I feel tightness, but the pain is gone and I can see the increase in movement.

Combine these things with the fact that I know the benefits of stretching are awesome (friends, books and videos), I get even more excited to stretch. So each day, seeing the increase in flexibility and the disappearance of the intial pain tells me I am making great progress.

Leona Mitchell
I used to wake up and hardly be able to get out of bed as everything was stiff and sore. After a 5 minute period of doing some gentle stretches, I can start my day feeling so much better. I do my stretches as soon as I wake up before I get out of bed

CΓ©lia Meunier
It should feel good to stretch the muscles. Do it slowly and don’t force it. It will loosen you up. It will release toxins. It will provide a good energy flow. If it hurts your joints, stop. Consult a professional

Alexander Johnston
My osteo helped me with stretching after I suffered from torticollis. Also since I work out regularly, I take note of which muscles were used and would need to be stretched out a bit more than usual.