Stretch Your Routine
Athletes aren’t the only ones to benefit from flexibility
The following sequence is a safe, easy set of stretching movements that target the hip flexors, posterior thigh (hamstrings), anterior thigh (quadriceps muscle group) and anterior spinal musculature.
Read more tips on how to add flexibility as a regular component to your physical fitness routine in the December 2009 issue, p. 38.
Additional anterior spine stretch
Avoid this Stretch
This common stretch causes external rotation of the flexed knee, leading to excessive stress to the medial collateral ligament and medial meniscus.
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