Step by Step Guide
To perform the doorframe stretch, we’re going to do three angles. The first one we’re going to start is with 90 degrees, your traditional doorframe stretch. I’m going to stand parallel in the doorframe. I’m going to have my elbow and wrist supported at a 90-degree angle, so I have a 90-degree angle here. I’m going to step with my opposite foot forward, and I’m going to lean forward. Not dropping my chest, not leaning too high up, just straight forward. I’m going to hold that. That’s 90 degrees. 60 degrees would be a straight arm. I’m going to go below my body now, so at a 60-degree angle, hold that position. And then 120 would be higher.
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