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What a strange age reference: annoying
He is an all-time great, with unique style and quirks—like his incessant stretching.
The idea of touching my palms to the floor baffles me.
Can I be sitting on the floor when I do that?
I've been stretching pretty religiously since my early 20s, and after about 15 years of it I was able to get my fingertips about halfway down my shins.
That stretching is something everyone should try to emulate. I started touching my palms to the floor every night when I was in my early 40's, and if you keep it up, you'd be amazed how much good it can do in preventing back injuries. Just a thought.
I broke my back in a car accident in 1969, and got essentially no treatment for it, but was able to do 27 years of stick fighting, starting in 1975.
Not that I'm privy to the details, but you're pretty clearly doing something wrong. Hopefully that doesn't come off sounding like a jerk. I'd suggest going to the local Y, or wherever, and taking in a yoga class or two. Not only will you be learning efficient ways to loosen your body, you can get feedback from a trained instructor.
I've had back problems off and on since slipping a disc in a pulp throwing contest in university
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