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How do you get flexible?

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Dana Keller on April 1, 2018

I improved my flexibility drastically-I could not even touch my toes, and I can now touch my head on my knees and the palms of my hands to the ground-by simply sitting on the ground, and return tothe pain of my toes. You can bend your ankles as far as you want in order to grab the toes of the feet, and then try to point the toes of the feet. This will pull forward and bend down. Hold this position for about 30 seconds. If you can't touch your toes when sitting on the floor, bend one leg so that one foot is in contact with his opposite thigh. Then reach for the other foot. Repeat on both sides. Hold each side for about 30 seconds. However, if you do not have time to do this, there is an easier way, but it takes a little bit more. Just stop bending your knees to pick up things from the floor. It will be difficult at first, but soon it will become natural. If you can do those two things, you will improve your flexibility quickly. I say that if what you're trying to stretch!

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