Forearms: Strengthening your forearms can improve grip strength, which is essential for lifting weights, climbing, and everyday tasks.
Neck: A strong neck can improve posture and reduce the risk of injuries. Gentle neck stretches and isometric exercises
Rotator Cuff: The rotator cuff muscles are key for shoulder stability and preventing injuries.
Gluteus Medius: This part of your glutes aids in hip stabilization and prevents knee pain. Exercises like side leg raises and clamshells are great for targeting the gluteus medius.
Adductors: The inner thigh muscles (adductors) are often neglected. Strengthening them can improve leg stability.
Lower Back: A strong lower back supports the spine and can prevent back pain. Incorporate exercises like supermans and bird-dogs to strengthen this area without putting undue strain on it.
Feet and Ankles: Strong feet and ankles can improve balance and prevent injuries. Simple exercises like toe curls, heel raises, and balancing on one foot can significantly enhance their strength and flexibility.