6 Stretches You Should Do Everyday To Improve Flexibility And Function

Stretching is something you probably know you should be doing. It’s also the part of the workout that’s very easy to skip. You may think you don’t have time for it or don’t need it. But a stretch session is one of the best ways to end any workout.Quad StretchStand and hold onto a wall or the back of a chair for balance if needed.
Grab the top of the left foot and bend your knee, bringing the foot towards the glutes, knee pointing straight at the floor. You should feel a stretch down the front of your leg.
Squeeze your hips forward for a deeper stretch.
Hold for 15 to 30 seconds and switch sides, repeating one to three times per leg.Standing Hamstring StretchTake your left foot forward and tip from the hips, keeping the back flat.
Lower down until you feel a stretch in the back of the leg.
Rest the hands on the upper thighs to give your back some support. 
Hold for 15 to 30 seconds and switch sides, repeating one to three times.Chest and Shoulder StretchSit or stand and clasp your hands together behind your back, arms straight.
Lift your hands towards the ceiling, going only as high as is comfortable. You should feel a stretch in your shoulders and chest.
Hold for 15 to 30 seconds, repeating one to three times.
If your shoulders are a little tight, try just taking your arms behind you and out to the sides like an airplane.