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Ligaments are tough bands of tissue that stabilize joints and help prevent excessive movement.
Your muscles get stronger when they push or pull against a force, such as pulling on elastic bands or lifting weights.
Do some kind of resistance training (weightlifting, resistance bands) at least twice a week.
Strength training Strength training includes the use of free weights, resistance bands or your own body weight to strengthen all major muscle groups, especially spinal muscles important for posture.
Jump-ropes and resistance bands are easy to fit into a suitcase.
As you become more fit and ready for more of a challenge, you can add more resistance such as weights or resistance bands.
A simple set of resistance bands requires minimal suitcase space.
Use inexpensive resistance bands — lengths of elastic tubing that come in varying strengths — in place of weights.
After a frenuloplasty, tongue exercises might be recommended to enhance tongue movement and reduce the potential for scarring.
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