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Flexibility-Training Exercises



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Mat Seated Groin
target muscles: Hip Adductors    type: static

to press knees down. Hold stretch. read more

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Fixed Bar Fixed Bar
target muscles: Deltoid, Posterior    type: static

away from fixation. read more

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Fixed Bar Fixed Bar
target muscles: Pectoralis Major, Sternal    type: static

and extend arms. Hold stretch. read more

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No Equipment Standing
target muscles: Quadriceps    type: static

up from below toward hips. Position feet side by side and stand upright. Hold. Continue with opposite side. read more

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Broomstick Broomstick, Behind Shoulders
target muscles: Pectoralis Major, Sternal    type: static

back behind shoulders. Keep arms slightly flexed. Hold stretch. read more

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Mat Seated
target muscles: Biceps Brachii    type: static

in place and move hips toward feet. Hold stretch. read more

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Fixed Bar Fixed Bar, Bent Arm
target muscles: Pectoralis Major, Sternal    type: static

in opposite direction of fixed arm. Hold stretch. read more

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Fixed Bar Fixed Bar
target muscles: Hip Flexors    type: static

leg and straighten hip. Hold stretch. Continue with opposite side. read more

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No Equipment Side Bend
target muscles: Sternocleidomastoid    type: auxiliary

and arm of opposite side. Hold stretch. Continue with opposite side. read more

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No Equipment Standing, Hands Behind Head
target muscles: Pectoralis Major, Sternal    type: static

and shoulders to pull elbow back. Hold stretch. read more

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Mat Seated
target muscles: Hip Abductors,  Gluteus Maximus    type: static

forward by bringing hands closer to body. Hold stretch. read more

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No Equipment Standing
target muscles: Gluteus Maximus,  Hip Abductors    type: static

and use hand to slightly press down knee. Hold stretch. Continue with opposite side. read more

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Fixed Bar Fixed Bar, Bent-over
target muscles: Latissimus Dorsi    type: static

backward while extending arms. Let torso be pulled forward as far as possible. Keep back straight. Hold stretch. read more

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No Equipment Front Bend, Supported
target muscles: Splenius    type: static

slightly forward. Hold stretch. read more

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Flat Bench Seated, On Bench
target muscles: Hip Abductors,  Gluteus Maximus    type: static

and slightly press knee down with hand. read more

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No Equipment Lunge, Straight Leg
target muscles: Gastrocnemius    type: static

of front leg to move body forward down. Hold stretch. Continue with opposite side. read more

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No Equipment Standing, Side Reach
target muscles: Latissimus Dorsi    type: static

to side of low arm. With arm reach to same side. Hold stretch. Continue with opposite side. read more

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Fixed Bar Fixed Bar
target muscles: Rhomboids    type: static

down and let shoulders be pulled forward. Keep back straight. Hold stretch. read more

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Fixed Bar Fixed Bar, Standing Splits
target muscles: Hip Adductors    type: static

legs and stand upright. read more

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No Equipment Arm Pull
target muscles: Deltoid, Posterior    type: static

to opposite side. Hold stretch. Continue with opposite side. read more

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