I'm Sara Holliday, and I'm going to demonstrate how to quickly build up flexibility. Staying flexible and agile will help you look and feel better too. And the simple sequence that I'm going to demonstrate will help you feel more agile and flexible. Be sure to warm up your body for 10 to 15 minutes prior to doing any of these stretches. That way you'll avoid pulling a muscle. So, we're going to start by bringing up your right foot, grab a hold of your right foot, bring it next to your left knee. Pulling your foot back towards your buttocks. And this is going to stretch your quadriceps muscle. If you want, you can hold onto a chair or a wall for balance. And you can hold it there for about five to 10 deep breaths. Then you're going to step that right leg forward and you're going to sit your hip back. You're going to place your hand above your knee up high, so that you're not putting pressure on your knee. And now we're stretching out the hamstring muscle. You're going to hold it here for five to 10 deep breaths. You can reach for your toe, if you get more flexible. After you've held it there for several breaths, step your left leg out to the side and we're going to stretch through the inner thigh now. With the hands on the hip area, above the knee, sitting back, you'll feel a nice stretch. As you get more flexible, you can extend your left arm high, reach your right hand out towards your foot. And the left arm overhead. Holding again for about five to 10 deep breaths. And then, repeat the sequence on the other side.