How to do the legs-up-wall stretch

Instructions for legs-up-wall:

Start by sitting with your left side against the wall, then lean back and turn your body to the left to bring your legs up onto the wall.
Rest your shoulders and head on the floor and shift your weight from side-to-side to scoot closer to the wall.

What does legs-up-wall help with?

Flexibility

What areas does legs-up-wall exercise?

Lower Back, Hamstrings, Hips, Glutes

How is legs-up-wall performed?

Floor

When should you avoid legs-up-wall?

Pregnancy

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