Stretching in different sequence than the book suggests?

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Stretching in different sequence than the book suggests?

Postby lrodptl » Sat Jan 05, 2008 11:08 pm

Is it okay to do back stretches out of sequence? For instance,after the first stretch on the floor I stay on the floor and complete the other floor stretches before doing the standing and sitting stretches. This is out of order per the book but made sense for me.
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Postby Dean » Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:04 am

Yes, you can do the exercises in any order that works for you. I often group the exercises similarly to how you describe just for convenience.

My only "pattern" is that I always do the easiest ones first since they serve as warm-ups for the more difficult or complicated ones.
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