If You Can Do These 5 Exercises, It Means Your Flexibility Is Beyond Average

2Exercise 2: Bend your thumb back toward the front of your forearm

Your arm should form a 90º angle when you bend your wrist inward and extend your thumb back using your other hand and try to make it reach your forearm slowly till it touches. If you perform it correctly, add another point to your score for each thumb.

Advertisement
Bend your thumb back toward the front

Image Source:

3Exercise 3: Bend your little finger down at a 90° angle to the back of your hand

This exercise consists of 2 versions. First, you have to place your palm such that it faces upward and use your other hand’s finger for pulling the little finger downward as it is shown in the illustration. You would have to do the same thing in the second version, except you have to pull all your fingers downward instead of pulling only one finger. Perform the procedure for each hand and if all your fingers can bend more than 90° of one hand, then reward yourself with one point.

Advertisement
Bend your little finger down

Image Source: wiemy.to

4Exercise 4: Bend your knee backward

When you stand, let all your weight be on one leg and bring your knee backwards, then extend it as much as you can till it is completely extended. Try repeating the procedure for both legs. For each leg where you have been able to bend your knee more than 10°, add a point to your score.

Advertisement

https://wl-genial.cf.tsp.li/resize/728x/jpg/362/d2a/4937ad599e9a9e89a1f963d846.jpg

5Exercise 5: Try to put your hands flat on the floor, while keeping your knees straight

You have to stand upright with your legs together. Now stand with your feet firmly set to the ground and avoid bending your knees, then try touching the floor with the palms of your hands. For each palm that touches the floor successfully add one point.

Advertisement
Try to put your hands flat

Image Source: wiemy.to

Advertisement

You may also like...