Lying Whole Body Stretch
• Lie straight on your back
• Extend your arms behind you
• Point your toes upwards
• Lengthen your body as much as you can
Primary muscles: Serratus anterior. Latissimus dorsi.
Secondary muscles: Teres major.
Injury where stretch may be useful: Back muscle strain. Back ligament sprain.
Note: When extending your legs in order to lengthen your body, push with your heels.
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