It wouldn’t be news if we told you that many people are all about healthy ways of living, right? Yet, there are those of us who can’t devote that much time or attention to proper workouts or healthy diets. And sometimes it isn’t really the problem.

The thing is, if you do not have that much time to devote to your perfect 6-pack abs, you can definitely live without them. But there are other areas which definitely require some attention. That is why today, we decided to talk about your knees.

At first sight, it seems that there is nothing special about them, so why should you pay special attention to them? Well, the fact is, that your knees are the ones that support the rest of your body and they are the first to wear out. Doesn’t sound too jolly, does it? You do understand that once your knees wear out, there will be no painful running or even walking for that matter.

That is why you need to take care of that in advance, what is more, you should prevent your knee ligaments from wearing out. The thing is that it is surprisingly easy. Just 5 daily exercises will help you keep your knees safe and up to date. We can’t stop repeating that all the simple things are the most effective. Just a little bit of time and dedication can save you a great deal of pain when you get older. Sounds legit, right?

READ MORE: 8 exercises to reduce the size of your belly

#1. Wall Sit

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#2. Straight Leg Raise

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READ MORE: 5 at-home exercises for your belly and thighs

#3. Step Up to Chair

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#4. Squats

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#5. Single Leg Balance Lunge with Chair

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READ MORE: 6 easy lower-abdominal exercises for women to do at home

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