I’m a figure skater, but not flexible at all?

issue as Starsxxx by Eyes : I’m a figure skater, but not soft at all I’ve been skating for about 2 years, but I’m not so flexible of everything. I’m not as naturally open hip. Does anyone know any yoga moves or stretches that will help me find a more open and flexible hip. I also need to have a more flexible hip and back, my back arched. Jumps / tricks that I need more flexibility are:. Broad spiral Chinese spiral Beilmann, jump away, lay back, and the edge of the arbor Best answer:

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I was not flexible at all like 6 months ago. All you need to do is stretch everday. Hold each stretch for thirty seconds! Warm and make sure you stretch before. If you stretch without warming up stretching is almost useless. When your muscles are warm your most flexible.Cette video helped me http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVq9nL_tLboJ hope I helped 🙂

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  1. Do not be too worried about not being flexible, as long as you are willing to practice and do the exercises, you should be bien.Echauffez you before you make an ice off stretches to prevent injuries nd things . Practice your positions spiral and spin positions without forcing. For me, I found that spiral ddnt only involve force.Afin flexibility but also to become more flexible, try this: Sit on the floor with your feet in front of you, bend your knee so that your leg the knee is glued to the outside, but make sure your leg is flat on the ground. Hold this for at least 30 seconds on each side. This will help improve your flexibility and spirals will also help you make the big difference. Which force you, if it hurts, try lifting the leg if it is not completely flat on the ground, but eventually get it down when you’re comfortable. Then practice your spirals, you will find that your leg will probably go higher. Hold your positions spiral for at least 30 seconds each hold something, if you need it. (I did it every day when I was 5 years old and I had a 180 degree spiral by the end of the year (: && I always do this every day) Also improve your spirals, you could try practicing with ankle weights that you can buy at most retailers of sport. You just tie around your ankles while you are spiraling out your ice like they have the weight of your shoes when you’re on the ice to make sure that your leg will be strong enough to hold it in place (: For Beilman, do not force you to do it now coz you could end up with injuries Practice making bridges. on the ground, its ok if you can not do it now, but you will later. This will help improve flexibility in your back, your Bauer Beilman and layback spin. Similarly, if possible, access to a ball / fitness gym ball, you can try to build bridges on these as it supports your back and you can finally get up close to the balle.Voici a link for yoga positions that you can try: http :/ / yoga-positions.freehostia.com/Il works for me, it allows flexibility and other things aussi.J hope this helped (: good chancexx