What kind of stretches do you tend to do the most?

Jordan P.
I wake up in the morning and stretch my arms up above my head for about 5-10 seconds, shake my body then I lean into each leg for about 10 seconds each.

Lydia N.
I tend to do thigh and legs stretches. I usually like to add some squats too. I do lunges. I also roll my hips, shoulders, and neck (carefully) to feel more stretched out and in control.

This M.
Bowflex five minutes stretch when I'm in hurry but can't skip selflove 😜, but when I'm not in a hurry I like to do the 10 minutes stretch from our fabulous app ( fabulous 😂😉) have a good day everyone 🤍 you're special and unique and deserve to live your life the way you desire ✨

Ken E.
Mostly stretches for my neck, back and shoulders because after I wake up they feel rather stiff. In the evening I like to do more stretches for my legs.

Adam G.
I like to stretching the his and the legs, then also the back. I am still searching for a nice stretching routine, exploring YouTube videos.

Quentin Y.
I start from the ground and work my way to standing. Anywhere from glute bridge, butterfly stretch, lunges to chest and shoulder stretch.

Alfred C.
Any leg stretches. Hamstring, calf and achilles stretches are great and can be done just about anywhere! Hope this helps xx

Kyleigh X.
A lot of leg stretches. They are mostly for the hamstrings and quads since i use those quite almost whether it be everyday life or swimming. I try to do those stretches as much as shoulder stretches to keep my injury down.

Evenlyn P.
I tend to do full body long stretches so my body can be more relaxed, because my body does tend to gain alot of pain without me doing anything harsh. So I prefer to have a long full body stretch to ease my body.

Ellen N.
Sun salutations! They warm me up and calm me down. There are traditional sequences but once you get that down it’s nice to add your own spin and do what works for you.

Jonathan P.
I stretch my hips a lot, as I'm a horse rider and that is always tight. My lower back gives me problems as well and I always need a good leg stretch.

Andy J.
I tend to do small stretches nothing that hurts like ill put oneleg out and reach forit with my arm or i will bend my back releasing tention

Valdira N.
I mostly tend to do a guided yoga, where I stretch my whole body and relax myself before going to bed. If you have the time, it can become a really healthy habit that can improve your flexibility and mental health.

Ashleigh Q.
Cat-cow is a really nice one to start with, the thread the needle and child's pose. Downward dog to cobra back and forth is nice once you've warmed up a little bit.

Livi F.
child's pose, pike, straddle and splits; as a dancer i want to keep my flexibility and make sure none of muscles are tense/tight.

Eliza E.
I am a ballet dancer, so i mostly stretch for flexibility. I stretch pretty much every part of my body, especially my legs, hips, and back. I do a lot of oversplits and other leg stretches. I also stretch my feet and toes frequently.

Chiara M.
i like to do cobras and just breath in when i go up, and breath out when i lay down.
doing this move helps me free my mind and taking time for myself. it also helps me reduce stress and regulate my breath.
i like to doing it after a workout or in the morning after waking up and drinking a glass of water

Hailey T.
I tend to do leg stretches most of the time because I need them to be ready for field hockey. I also stretch my back by doing stretches my chiropractor gave me because I have back issues.

Lisa J.
I like to incorporate yoga into my morning stretching, it helps me to reflect on what the pose means and helps me know what to do. Some of my favorites to do are mountain pose with raised arms, so I stretch as tall as possible and let myself just be large and take up space. Cactus arms just feels great on the shoulders and back, and gently grabbing your wrists with your arms in the air and stretching side to side really feels good and reminds you to be gentle with yourself. If I’m feeling up for taking more time stretching a good downward dog into cobra keeps me grounded, and cat/cow helps with controlling my breathing. Of course any variation of these is great, it’s just important to listen to our bodies and do what feels best.

Reina N.
I like arm, neck and legs stretches within a short time, it gives a good feeling after it, releases stress and push an energy dose to the body to get through the day.

Nevaeh A.
I twist my back (it feels good) I mive my head in a circle (it feels good too) and then I do the downwards dog (basically after that I touch my toes and etc I do a lot of stretches)

I V.
I used to dance and be very flexible but as stopped dancing and started neglecting myself I lost that flexibility. I’m trying to gain it back in hopes to gain back some of the motivation and happiness that I felt during that time.

Philip Z.
trying to get every limb but manly focussing on movement in the spine and neck. It's more about conscious movement than really stretching. Just trying to get the full range of motion out of every big joint and total flexion and extension of the spine concentrating on moving every vertabra one by one

Bokuto S T.
Leg stretches: toe touches, high knees, walk in place
Arm stretches: a circles, arm backward bends, side arm stretches/shoulder