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Release your tight lower back and hips by performing these 6 basic static stretches 2-3 days a week.
8 Stretches Your Tight Hips Are Begging For
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After run stretching to utilize your hips’ full range of motion, to prevent lower back pain. Check out these eight hip stretches to flex your hips. #Stretching #PostRun Exercise #Hips
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How to Foam Roll to Get More Flexible - Photo Foam roll can be a huge benefit in working out knots and reducing muscle soreness. Read my post to find your flexibility again with instructions and photos.
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Try this routine up to 5 days a week for a stronger, more flexible body: http://www.livestrong.com/slideshow/1007999-moves-stronger-core-better-posture/
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wrist strains exercise. For my stylist and yogi friends, and us ex-stylists with wrist issues. Can't do much yoga without wrist flexibility and strength.
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One of the most frequent comments I hear from new clients is, “I can’t do that because my knees are bad.” And my response is always, "Your knees are problematic because you haven’t been doing that move." A majority of the chronic knee pains that my clients experience are caused by imbalances or poor flexibility in the muscles around their knees, like their quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves—they're not caused by injuries that damage the structure of their joints.
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6 Static Stretches For Flexibility