Mobility

Floor Reach

Floor Reach is a simple yet effective exercise for increasing your flexibility and promoting better posture. This movement involves reaching your hands towards your toes while standing, giving your lower back and hamstrings a good stretch. Regular practice can help reduce tightness in these areas and improve your overall flexibility and mobility.
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Floor Reach instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand straight up with your feet hip width apart and your arms at your sides.
2
Slowly bend at your waist, trying to touch your toes. If this is not yet attainable, aim for your shins or knees.
3
Keep your knees straight and do not lock them out.
4
Reach for 1-2 seconds before straightening back up to your starting position.
5
Avoid hunching your back or neck during this movement and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Stand straight up with your feet hip width apart and your arms at your sides.
Slowly bend at your waist, trying to touch your toes. If this is not yet attainable, aim for your shins or knees.
Keep your knees straight and do not lock them out.
Reach for 1-2 seconds before straightening back up to your starting position.
Avoid hunching your back or neck during this movement and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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