All clients should be taught to perform exercises/movements with the proper ROM for all joints. These are the foundation movements of the body and need to be performed or function will suffer.
Hip flexion, ab/adduction, extension, and circumduction (get clearance for hip replacement/injury), knee flexion/extension, ankle plantar flexion, dorsaflexion, inversion, eversion and limited circumduction are the basic movements of the lower body. Doing these while balancing on one foot also works stability amd proprioception. Similar motions are also done for the upper body. These movements are performed slowly and with a short pause at the end range of motion if possible and without putting the foot back on the floor if possible.
These movements can be performed anytime and almost anywhere. They are great for a quick bout of activity at work, performed as a morning ritual, or as part of a warm up for more strenuous activity.
The foundation movements are part of many of the CEC courses that I teach. Check out my website – www.hawaiifitnessacademy.com .