How to do the standing frog stretch

Instructions for standing frog:

Start standing up with your feet more than hip-width apart and your toes angled outwards.
Gradually lower your body into a squat position to form 90-degrees angle at the knees, while making sure your knees are directly above your ankles.
Place each hand on the inside part of the knee and gently press outward to spread your hips further apart.

What does standing frog help with?

Flexibility

What areas does standing frog exercise?

Hips, Groin, Glutes, Knees

How is standing frog performed?

Standing

When should you avoid standing frog?

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