How to do the jumping jacks stretch

Instructions for jumping jacks:

Stand upright with your legs together and arms at your sides.
Keeping your knees bent, jump up while bringing your arms above your head and legs wider than your shoulders.
Bend your knees and jump again to return to the starting position.

What does jumping jacks help with?

Flexibility

What areas does jumping jacks exercise?

Shoulders, Abdomen, Calves, Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Hips, Lower Back, Upper Back

How is jumping jacks performed?

Dynamic

When should you avoid jumping jacks?

Vertigo, Dizziness, Pregnancy, Herniated Disc, Sciatica, High Blood Pressure, Heart Condition

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