Toe touches can help improve your flexibility. They stretch your shoulders, back and leg muscles, especially the hamstrings.
This exercise can be performed while standing up or lying down on the floor, and it works multiple muscle groups in addition to offering flexibility and stretching benefits. Toe touches are also an effective cool down after a cardio workout.
Here’s how you do the Standing Up Toe Touch Exercise:
Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart. Slowly bend forward, allowing your arms to hang down in front of you. Don’t bounce, but lower yourself slowly. You want to feel tension but not pain. Hold the stretch for several seconds, and then lift yourself upward to your starting position. Repeat several more times.
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