The fronts of your thighs can get very tight, especially if you play sports, train with weights or engage in any other physical activities. Remember to regularly stretch these muscles to help prevent knee, hip or back injuries. Here's one stretch that feels great and is easy to do.
Lie on your right side with your head resting on your right forearm and your knees bent and stacked. Place your left hand on the floor in front of your chest for balance.
Voight is the creator of a line of fitness DVDs, including "Full Body Stretch" and "Ballet BodySculpt."
Good Form: Get out in front of thigh tightness
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