- Keep one leg on ground; put one foot on chair or a step with leg straight
- Bend forward at the hip. Hold for 30 seconds
- Repeat on other side
- Do not attempt to touch your toes as this will stretch your back, and the goal of this exercise is to isolate your hamstring muscles in the leg that is being supported by the chair
- Repeat 3 times each side, twice daily
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