Stretching out your front side can help you stay bendy throughout your body, says Warren. Clasp your hands at your lower back. Sit or stand up tall as you inhale, then lift your hands and bring your shoulder blades together as you exhale. Hold.
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It’s a classic for a reason: A forward fold can lengthen muscles on the back of your legs and deepen hip flexion, says Warren. Stand or sit with your legs extended, then hinge at the hips to fold towards your toes. Bend your knees or use blocks if you need.
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