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Touch your toes with legs straight

Being able to touch your toes is a sign of decent flexibility in your hamstrings, calves and back. However, being able to hold this position for an extended period of time demonstrates even better flexibility, as your muscles will re-contract if you do not have the required level of flexibility.

If you attempt and fulfill the following, you have completed the challenge: Sit down with legs straight, bend forwards and touch both feet. Hold for 30 seconds.

Touch your toes with legs straight Challenge rules

  1. Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.

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“Luckily enough I've always known I was slightly flexible and can do this with some ease, but definitely need to do this more often because I can feel the muscles behind my knees stretch!”

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2nd October 2011