Hi, I'm Amber Nimedez for LIVESTRONG.COM, and I'm going to teach you how to get a ballerina's flexibility. So, the first thing that I'm going to have you do is a nice wide second position, toes out to the side and then you're just going to do a deep squat, bring your arms down and raise them right back up. And you're going to repeat, just to get some heat in the legs and stretch up tall. And one more. And then, you're going to come down to your mat and you're going to go into a runner's lunge. Straighten out the back leg and you want to make sure that your knee doesn't go over your ankle. So, a nice 90 degree angle and then, you're going to sit back on the back leg, flex the front foot, square out the hips, stretch forward and you'll feel it in the back of the hamstring. Back to a lunge, can keep the back leg down, chest up nice and tall, interlace your fingers and push your chest up nice and high. And then, you're going to go down into your version of your split. And then, we're going to do the other side. So, front leg, 90 degree angle, straighten the back leg up, come on down to the back leg, straighten out the front foot, flex the foot, square out the hips, stretch forward. Back to the lunge, go ahead and keep the back leg down, interlace the fingers onto the front leg, open up the chest, push those hips down. And then, you could slide out to your version of your own split. I'm Amber Nimedez for LIVESTRONG.COM and this how ballerinas get flexible.