Experience curated training routines. Select any sequence and start exercising immediately. Use the sequences as is or selectto duplicate the featured sequence and customize to your liking.
Dive right in by trying out an online class. Being able to comfortably get into each of the positions, doing 6-10 repetitions, and resisting maximally are signs of average ranges of flexibility. Keep track of the movements that are difficult for you to do fully.
Use the Navigator to search and add exercises to your customized sequences.
Select the star iconthroughout the site to bookmark your favorite exercises.
Create customized flexibility and strength training routines. Select the circled plus iconthroughout the site to create sequences and add exercises to them.
You may notice many things as you try out each exercise. e.g. I have much more resistance on my right side compared to my left side in this movement.
You may wish to keep track of these things as you progress in your training. Select the note iconthroughout the site to keep notes on your experiences.
Find answers to the most common questions on our FAQ page.
Add this site to the home screen of your phone/tablet for the full screen web app experience.
On iOS, navigate to this site using Safari. Tap, then tap .
On Android, navigate to this site using Chrome. Tap, then tap .
Stream to Your TV
Select the AirPlayor Chromecast icon to stream videos to Apple TV or Chromecast.
Mac OS and iOS devices may also screen mirror to Apple TV. Apple Support: How to AirPlay video and mirror your device's screen.
If you want to screen mirror to Chromecast from iOS, you'll have to download an app such as TV Mirror+ for Chromecast.
There are many iOS/Android apps of varying quality that enable streaming videos to and/or mirroring your device to Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, etc.
If you have a smart TV, you may wish to visit this site using the built in web browser.
Another option is to directly connect your computer and/or mobile device to your TV via HDMI. Cable connections and adapters vary based on the device output and TV input requirements (HDMI, USB-C, etc.). Apple Support: About Apple Digital AV Adapters for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple Support: Connect to HDMI from your Mac.