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Double Knee-to-chest stretches

Double Knee-to-chest stretches

Lie on your back, bend your knees and place your feet on the floor. With your hands, pull both knees towards your chest at the same time until you feel a stretch in the lower back. Hold both knees for 2-3 seconds and take 6-8 breaths. Repeat 3-5 times daily in the morning.


  1. Lie on your back with feet on the floor
  2. Pull both knees with your hands towards your chest
  3. Hold for 4-5 seconds until You should feel a mild lower back by this stretch
  4. Repeat 3-5 times every day


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Morning Stretches

Morning Stretches

What you do really matters when it comes to your health. Morning stretches are important for your body to help kick-start your energy levels and to help circulation. Your level of physical activity, along with your


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