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INTRODUCTION to the Anderson Stretches

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The cover of the Andersons' book on stretching is shown at the top of this page. This book is a classic that has been around for over 30 years, in several editions.

SOME images of stretches compiled by the Andersons are presented here, but how to do them is not provided here at this time. Refer to the Anderson book.

These images will have meaning to those who have done stretching in the past.

These images are meant to remind readers of stretches they may have forgotten about --- and to suggest some new stretches for consideration.

NOTE: The stretches should be done carefully and selectively --- especially if you have knee or lower back problems, for example.

The Andersons also have a video. Here is the cover.

The book of stretches is divided into two basic parts:

  • stretches by area of the body
  • stretches for various activities (or inactivities)

The images below give you a sampling of those stretches, in those categories.

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BODY AREA stretches:

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Some lying-down stretches.


Stretches mainly for the shoulders, arms, back, chest


Stretches for the feet, ankles, legs, hips.


Stretches for lower back tension.
(NOTE: The important 'lunge-stretch' is not shown here.)
(See my pages on stretches for lower back pain and for bicyclers.)


Stretches for neck and lower back, with suggested duration or reps.


Top images: How to get up from toe touch.
Bottom images: Stretches for the lower back, groin, hips.


A stretch for the back of leg and lower back of one side.


A stretch for hamstring and lower back of one side.


A stretch for lower back, hip, and hamstring of one side.


A stretch for the lower back, hip, and neck of one side.


A stretch for the lower back and hip of one side - the 'secretary stretch'.


A stretch for quads, knees, feet-ankles on both sides -
do it carefully, properly. Skip it if you have knee problems.


A stretch for quadricep, knee, foot-ankle of one side -
do carefully, properly. Skip it if you have knee problems.

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OFFICE WORKER stretches:

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GOLFER stretches:

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Additional Stretches :

Here are some links for more detail on stretches, for lower back pain and for bicyclers.

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