How to do a Door Frame Stretch! Great for leg and back flexibility! Slide your leg up the door frame, I would suggest using a sock or cloth to help your leg slide! Your bottom foot can be right next to the frame or farther out depending in your flexibility, farther out is harder and works hyper extensions! Once your up and comfy don't be afraid to push with your arms and play with arm placement! I would be sure to do an ab workout after to help back soreness! (This is me) -brennadearly

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Some exercises have stood the test of time and will probably always be recommended. Exercises like drop sets, work-stretch sets, and the ever-praised squat have proven their success over and over and are a part of every gym. Today we’ll present 23 illustrations of leg stretching exercises, showing you exactly which muscle you are exercising. …

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YOGA SEQUENCE TO SPLITS/HANUMANASANA This sequence may not get you to the splits instantly but they are some stretches to help you along the way. I suggest doing this after a proper warm up. A few Sun A's and Sun B's etc. this is not so much a flow but a Hatha style sequence which is what I personally like to practice. Times given are just guidelines 1. CALF STRETCH 2mins The most forgotten part of "back leg" stretching might be the calves, so best to get this bitch of a stretch over…

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Why this article is different... foam roller (love this for massage AND oversplit), the scissors stretch...I have never seen before, the active leg stretch I thought about myself when seeing a tutorial on doing aerial cartwheels.

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