Bent Leg Closer (Beginner)
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Continuously resist while moving from position one into position two.
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Stretching without resistance can lead to injury.
Getting Into Position
Lie on your back. Bend both legs and bring them up into the air. Place both hands on the outside of each knee.
Resistance Flexibility Training
Begin in position one and resist while moving into position two.
Start with both legs opened wide, out to the side. Continuously push both of your legs out to the side, away from each other, as you use your arms to overcome the force of your legs, bringing them in toward each other.
Resistance Strength Training
Begin in position two and resist while moving into position one.
Start with both legs closed together. Continuously push both legs out to the side, away from each other, as you use your arms to slow down the movement of your legs.
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This type of stretch can help to increase the flexibility and strength of the muscles on the lateral side of your hips, legs, feet, torso, neck, and head. They can also improve the health of your gall bladder, ligaments, improve fat metabolism, and your ability to turn right or left. Psychologically, this type of stretch can help to increase your decision-making, advocacy, devotion, and dismantle dependency problems.
Outside of Thigh & Glutes