Front Splits: Are Your Hips Positioned Right?

The importance of Front Hamstrings VS Rear Hip Flexors for True (Squared) Front Split

Watch this short video to learn more about it..


A True Front Split is one of the two front split variations. The True Front Split is achieved by moving the straight legs in opposite directions, while the hips remain squared. 

While some people consider an Open Front Split more challenging, the majority of the people who do the Open variation, have difficulty with this one. 

Virtualy all hip muscles are stretched, when the True Front Split is performed. Each one must be taken care of separately, and this is one of the key points of Zaichik Stretching Techniques (formerly known as Zaichik Stretching Techniques).

Check out the True Front Split program below and get yours now!

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