I usually start with stretching out my legs because my hamstrings and calves would be sore the next morning from my workout. I don’t really have a duration for my workouts, I just do what feels good. When I thoroughly stretch out my legs, I move on to my arms because my biceps and triceps are my next misty worked muscles in my body. I finally end with back stretches because they not only help me relax the best but releases tension all around my body. The back is also the hardest place in the body to get flexible. I am really trying to get flexibility in both my legs and my back and that is why I stretch them out the most. I always keep pushing myself when I do my stretches because practice makes perfect. Like people always say ‘No pain, no gain’. This quote I sent not a literal idea of how one should stretch, it is just a mental note to keep in mind in order not to give up.
- What does your stretch routine look like? What do you follow? Or do you have your own routine? If so, what is it?
- When is the best time to stretch?
- What type of benefits have you noticed from stretching, if any? And which stretches do you recommend?
- What’s a good stretch for tight hamstrings and hips?
- What are the regular stretches that you do everyday?
- What are good stretches for the morning when you get up?
- Stretches or exercises I could do to relieve lower and upper back pain? I have pain along my spine
- What kind of stretches do you like to do for your lower back and hamstrings?
- How does stretching help my brain?
- How many muscle groups do you target per stretch session?
- What type of exercises can I do beside sit-ups? They are too strenuous for me.
- I want to know how to stretch my glutes.
- What part of fabulous can help me with anxiety?
- How long do you usually have to stretch to actually have an effect on your body?
- Do you find it’s easier to stretch in the morning right after you wake up or at night before bed?