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AbRevolutionNoMoreCrunchesNoM

AbRevolutionNoMoreCrunchesNoM

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The quad stretch is another common stretch where you can lose the
intended stretch and add to back pain by arching when you stretch.
Try this:

• Stand on one leg and arch your back while you hold your
other foot behind you. You won’t feel much stretch in your
thigh.

• Straighten your torso and push your behind forward, as if
starting to do a crunch. Drop your bent knee to point to the
standing knee and push your foot away into your hand. Don’t
pull your foot in. Feel the stretch move to your thigh.

Don’t do this bad posture
when stretching: back
arched, abs not in use,
little stretch on leg.

Same stretch using abs to
straighten posture. You save your
back, work abs, and get a far
better quad stretch.

The Ab RevolutionTM

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