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Stress training that straightens your legs

Straightening bow legs can be easy if you go about it the right way. Not only do you need to strengthen your leg muscles, but you also need to strengthen your hamstrings and other tendons. Additionally, you need to increase the blood flow to your legs as well. While there are more complex exercises that can be used to straighten bow legs, most of these are based on the two fundamental exercises that we're going to describe.

Special calf raises to straighten bow legs
The simplest exercise that can help you to straighten your bow legs is the special calf raise. You won't need any exceptional equipment- just a small, long block of wood. This needs to be about two feet long, five inches wide, and about two inches thick.

Place this block of wood on the ground. Now, place just the front of both your feet on the wood, with your heels resting on the floor. Using your calf muscles as much as possible, and to a lesser extent, your feet muscles, stand up on your toes on the block of wood. Hold this pose on top of the block for about ten seconds, then slowly and gently lower your heels to the floor.

Do try to repeat this about ten times per set. It's a good idea to perform the exercise once in the morning, and once against just before going to bed. If you can repeat the exercise three to five times throughout the day, you'll notice that it has even greater benefits. Ideally, you'll need to maintain this regimen for at least three months in order to notice any improvements to your bow legs.

Advancing the exercise
As you become more proficient in basic calf raises, it's important to increase the amount of time that you spend on tip-toe. First, you might start with just ten seconds, but as you become better at the exercise, you should try to increase that to fifteen seconds. Ultimately, you could be doing it for thirty seconds in total. Extending your leg under tension this way tends to contribute a lot to straightening your leg.

You might feel some discomfort in your leg when you first start doing this exercise. This is perfectly natural and doesn't mean that you're injured. Rather, you're feeling your leg bones and joints adapt to the new exercise- it's the feeling, in short, of your legs straightening themselves out.

Of course, it goes without saying that this exercise alone won't straighten your bow legs. Realistically, a whole course of exercise is necessary.

The reason we've outlined how to do calf raises is to show you that it's entirely possible to straighten your bow legs without surgery. These days, science and medical knowledge have advanced to the point where this is a very real option. One single article isn't enough to describe all the complex exercises that can help you, however, that would take a book! But from this, it's possible to see that hope is very real, that curing bow legs without surgery is possible, and that having this knowledge in itself is the first step towards a total and complete solution.

Beyond this, all you really need is dedication and patience.

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