So What Was Your Answer To My Question Yesterday, YES or NO?

Let me go over yesterday’s Muse, just because I think the banana guy is funny, lol. But let me also ask another question, which you will see under yesterday’s muse….keep reading!


Not being able to touch your toes is usually a result of poor flexibility in either your hamstrings or lower back, or both.  A good way to increase your flexibility to help you to touch your toes is to stretch your hamstrings regularly. 

Seated Hamstring Stretch

Step 1

Sit on the floor with your legs extended with your toes pointing to the ceiling. Engage your core to stabilize you spine and rest your hands on your thighs.

Step 2

Flex forward at your hips as you slide your hands down your legs toward your feet. Try to keep your back flat and avoid bending your knees. Pause when you feel tension in your calves and hamstrings. Hold for 20 seconds.

Step 3

Slowly release the stretch and return to the starting position. Repeat two to three times.


So is it lack of stretching causing you not to be able to touch your toes, or is it subcutaneous and visceral fat that you have wrapped around your midsection? 





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