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  2. Stretching & Flexibility A guide to help you safely improve your stretching and (high or low), light-headedness, leg cramps, chest pain, abnormal heart beat, fainting, dizziness, muscle and bone injuries, and in rare instances the potential • To help prevent muscular stiffness and soreness.
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  3. May 23,  · Extend your right arm to the ceiling, then bend at the elbow to bring the right palm toward the center of your back, resting your middle finger .
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  4. May 02,  · To reduce stiffness, get up, walk around, and stretch every so often to keep the muscles loose. You may find it helpful to set an alarm or desktop notification as .
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  5. Jan 28,  · Stand with one of your legs just in front of the other and bend your back knee, resting your weight on the bent knee. Tilt your hips forward. 2. Standing Outer Hip Stretch.
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  6. Aug 22,  · Sit on the ground and stretch your legs out in front of you. Place your left arm behind you and bring your left leg over the right, placing your left foot on the floor, near your right knee.
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  7. Apr 27,  · Grab a resistance band (a strap, towel, or a rope could work well too) and sit with your legs straight in front of you. Loop the band around the ball of your right foot then pull the band as the.
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  8. Jan 13,  · 13 Best Yoga Stretches to Do Every Day to Ease Stiffness and Pain 1 Downward Dog. This pose—one of the most common in yoga—is an excellent morning stretch. You'll open up the shoulders, 2 Child's Pose. This restorative yoga pose is a great shoulder opener and can be used to rest in between more.
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  9. Jul 21,  · Pull his leg forward until it is fully extended. You can rest your elbows on your knees to support your back while holding the extended leg. Continue holding the extended leg until your horse leans into the stretch. This stretch is not suggested for horses that have had lower limb ligament injuries. Shoulder Extensor.
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