After the exercise, the simplest whole-body stretching exercise is to keep the soles of both feet opposite, hold them firmly with both hands, lean forward, cross the legs, lean forward, and try to land on the ground with elbows. If you can't do it, you can also land on the ground with both hands, and then stretch your legs as far as possible, with the body leaning forward and leaning forward alternately.
Bend one leg forward, extend one leg back, and lean forward. Pay attention to keeping the whole person relaxed and breathing gently. Sit on the ground in the posture of extending the legs in front. Stretch the legs forward, and lean forward as far as possible. Touch the toes with both hands, close the feet together, look ahead, take a step horizontally with the right foot, keep the distance between the feet and the shoulder, and lift the right arm horizontally to the chest.
With the elbow joint slightly bent, hold the outer side of the right upper arm with the left hand, and pull the right arm towards the body, keeping the upper body upright, so that the outer side of the right shoulder joint has an obvious pulling feeling. Keep two eight beats, keep the right foot close together, and restore the body upright. Then take a step horizontally towards the side of the body with the left foot, and so on. Complete the left stretching, make the body upright, and open both feet as wide as the shoulder.
The right arm is stretched forward and parallel to the ground, the palm is forward, the fingertip is down, the left hand holds the palm and finger of the right hand, and extends to the body direction, so that the right forearm has an obvious pulling feeling. Keep two eight beats, then the left arm is stretched forward and parallel to the ground, and so on. Complete the left stretching, the feet are close together, look forward, the center of gravity is moved to the left leg, the right leg is bent backward, the right hand holds the right ankle joint and pulls it near the right hip, Then open your left arm horizontally to the left to keep your balance.