Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska, and this is how to stretch your hamstrings in an open doorway. Having tight hamstrings can put a lot of pressure on your hips and your lower back. When your hamstrings are tight, you also are prone for injury from anywhere from the top of your head to the tips of your toes. So I'm going to show you an easy stretch to do in any doorway that will help keep your hamstrings nice and limber. So I'm going to show you how to do the doorway stretch for your hamstrings and if you aren't as flexible in your hamstrings or looks that you are getting more flexible, you are going to start with a bent knee. So find a doorway that obviously is secure, nothing that's going to move or somebody is going to open on you and you want to come down so that your hips are in line with the door and then place your right leg or the outside leg in a bent position, come back onto your arms and bring the left leg up against the wall in a bent position and lower yourself down to the floor and push your heel into the wall until you can feel a stretch in the back of the hamstring and like I was saying if you are still aiming flexibility into your hamstrings, you're going to want to keep that knee bent and then over time you'll begin to extend the leg on the floor, here being the right leg where you are forming a 90 degree angle at the hip. So the right leg will be down on the ground as will the left leg with both feet flexed.