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Pole Dance - Kinesiological Stretch for Gracilis Muscle

Posted by Daniel Tkach on

1- Rear leg extended straight, heel to the ground.

2- Rotate the leg out by lifting the toes without the pelvis moving. 

3- As you drop the toes down, drop that side of the hips to the floor (increasing abduction).

 

And then step 3 becomes your new starting position! Keep going with the exercise to go deeper and deeper into the stretch.


*** BENEFITS*** Improves splits and all positions where legs must be wide apart (CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR COMPLETE FLEXIBILITY ROUTINE!)
This is an EasyFlexibility Stretch that will work primarily on ADDUCTOR GRACILIS muscle. Rarely anyone knows how to isolate different muscles. If tight, a muscle can prevent many other muscles to be stretched, and that's why standard methods would just not work, and attempting the target post over and over again will be of no use. EasyFlexibility takes care of that by 1- Isolating the muscles and 2- Working with all their actions. Joints and muscles become free so stretching them comes naturally. Try this stretch and tell us how it feels. CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR COMPLETE FLEXIBILITY ROUTINE! Post your comments below!

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