Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska and this is how to stretch the back of your legs. There's two main muscle groups that make up the back of your legs. We have our hamstrings which is the top part of the leg. And the calves which is the lower part of the leg. The first stretch is for the hamstrings. Sit on the floor and make sure you are coming right up and onto your sit bones. Open the feet so they're about hip width apart. And place your hands down next to your hips and sit up really tall. Begin to hing forward but don't round the upper back. You want to extend out through the head and think about sitting the sit bones back behind you. Once you come down just above the thighs then you can reach through the upper back and hinge forward all the way over your legs. Keep the feet flexed and the toes facing up to the ceiling. And we are going to stay there in our forward bend stretch breathing into it. And exhaling out of it. Try not to bounce just hold and breathe opening up the muscles with each exhale. The next stretch is for the calves. You are going to stand in front of a wall. Place your hands firmly against the wall. Step your left foot forward, the toes are touching the wall. And step your right foot back. Bend into the left knee and begin to stretch the right heel down. Try to keep your heel in line with the toe. And you obviously want to feel the stretch from roughly the heel all the way up towards the back of the knee stretching out the calf. You can then raise up onto the ball of the foot. Turn the heel out changing the angle of the stretch. And same thing raise up onto the ball of the foot and then turn the heel in again changing the angle of your stretch.