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- Lengthens and realigns the spine
- Increases flexibility in the hips and low back
- Stimulates the digestive system
How to do it: Lie on your back and bring both knees in toward your chest. Bring your hands out to your sides and draw your knees up and over to your left side. Keeping your shoulder blades on the ground, rest your knees on top of one another. Take deep breaths the entire time. When changing sides (after holding for 30 seconds), make sure to use your core muscles to bring your legs back to center.
It only takes 5 minutes to reap the benefits of cooling down
Nora Tobin in low lunge
The Only 5 Stretches You Need