Hi, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you how to do a side split. So, the first things first, I really want you to stretch out and I'm going to have you go down into a kneeling groin lunge. So, I'm going to interlace my fingers, place it over my quad and making sure that my knee does not go over my ankle. And I'm just going to breath and push my right hip down. And then, I'm going to sit about halfway back and I'm going to flex my front foot, feeling the stretch in the back of the leg. I'm going to open up my chest so I have a flat back and then I'm going to draw my right hip bone forward just a little bit. And then, I'm going to sit all the way back and I'm going to point my toe down and round my spine, drop my head. And then I'm going to side, slide out into a side split. You want to try to square out your hips as much as possible. My hips are a little bit open, so I think I would prefer to be up in this position and try to square off this hip as much as possible. And then, you have to do the other side. So, I'm going to do the same thing, kneeling groin, interlace your fingers, really pushing this time my left hip down towards the floor. Then, I'm going to sit halfway back, flexing the front foot, trying to keep a nice flat back, drawing my left hip forward, keep it squared. And then I'm going to sit all the way back, pointing the toe, rounding the spine and then I'm going to slide out into that side split, or I'm going to try to do it on the side. Okay. And then, I'm going to square out my hips, I'm going to come up just a little bit and square out my hips here. And then I'm going to come on up. So, those are the tools that you need to learn how to do a side split. Really really stretching, don't push yourself to where you feel like it's too uncomfortable for you. So, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.