How to do the standing quad stretch

Instructions for standing quad:

From a standing position, grab your right leg just above the ankle with both hands and pull it backwards toward your buttocks.
Hold on to the back of a chair or a wall with one hand for better balance.

What does standing quad help with?

Flexibility

What areas does standing quad exercise?

Quadriceps, Lower Back, Knees, Shins, Feet, Ankles, Hips, Psoas, Abdomen

How is standing quad performed?

Standing

When should you avoid standing quad?

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