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Gluteus Low Back Stretches

by Daniel on September 6th, 2012

Knee To Chest Stretch – Swayback: Lie on your back on a pad on the floor. The right knee is bent at 90 degrees and is pointing straight up with the foot flat on the ground. That means that the knee is not pointing out to the side. The left knee is bent and is pulled back by interlaced fingers on the leg near the knee towards the left nipple, while the tailbone is kept on the floor. Maintain this position for 20 seconds, then switch legs and repeat. Do each leg at least twice.

Knee To Chest Stretch – Normal: Lie on your back on a pad on the floor. The right knee is bent at 120 degrees and is pointing straight up with the heel of the foot on the ground. That means that the knee is not pointing out to the side. The left knee is bent and is pulled back by interlaced fingers on the leg near the knee towards the left nipple. The tailbone is kept on the floor. Maintain this position for 20 seconds, then switch legs and repeat. Do each leg at least twice.

Knee To Chest Stretch – Flexible: Lie on your back on a pad on the floor. The right leg is straight with the heel of the foot on the ground.

The left knee and foot are pointing straight up. The left knee is bent and is pulled back towards the left nipple while the tailbone is kept on the floor. Maintain this position for 20 seconds, then switch legs and repeat. Do each leg at least twice.

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