Downward-Facing Dog stretches and strengthens your entire body, Jade told POPSUGAR, and especially everything that's sore and tight from sitting all day: your hamstrings, calves, shoulders, and back.
- Come onto your hands and knees with your wrists underneath your shoulders and your knees underneath your hips.
- Inhale as you tuck your toes under your heels. Then exhale to lift your hips, coming into the classic upside-down "V" shape called Downward-Facing Dog.
- Spread your fingers wide and create a straight line between your middle fingers and elbows. Work on straightening your legs and lowering your heels toward the ground. Relax your head between your arms, and direct your gaze through your legs or up toward your belly button.
- Hold for 30 seconds.