||What to Do
||You have good Flexibility if..
||Your flexibility needs improvement if..
||You definitely need to join now
|Rear thigh and Lower Back(toe Touch)
||Stand with your feet together and your knees slightly bent.Bend forward and reach for the floor
||You can touch the floor with little effort with ni discomfort
||You can just touch your toes with little or no discomfort
||You can't touch your toes, or you feel discomfort when you try
||Reach your right hand behind your back and your left hand across your back toward your right shoulder blade. Try to clasp your hands together behind your back
||You can clasp your hands together
||Your finger tips almost touch
||You aren't within an inch of touching your fingertips together.
|Calf and Ankle
||Sit on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you. Flex your foot so your toes move toward you.
||Your toes move enough towards you so that they are beyond perpindicular to the floor
||Your toes bend so they are just in line with your ankles (exactly perpendicular to the floor)
||You can barely bend your toes toward you.
||Sitting in the same position as the calf and ankle test, point your toes and stretch them toward the floor
||Your toes touch or nearly touch the floor
||Your toes come within an inch or so of the floor
||Your toes barely move toward the floor.
|Top,front of hip; buttocks
||Lie on your back and hug one knee to your chest; clasp you hands around your shin just below your knee. Keep the other leg straight
||Your straight leg rests on the floor directly in line with your hip, and you can easily hug hug your bent knee to your chest.
||You leg, when straight, rests along the floor but to the outside of your hip, and you can almost hug your knee to your chest.
||You straight leg doesn't touch the floor, and you can't bring your knee to within a few inches of your chest.
||Lie on your back with your legs out straight, and lift your arms straight overhead. Now drop your arms behind you towards the floor
||Your arms easily fall to the floor without your lower back arching.
||Your hands almost touch and your lower back remains in contact with the floor
||You arms don't come within an inch of touching the floor, and your back arches up.
||Lie on your stomach with one leg straight and bend the other knee so that your heel moves toward your buttocks
||Your heel easily touches your buttocks
||Your heel comes close to but doesn't quite touch your buttocks
||Your heel doesn't come within a few inches of touching your buttocks