Side Split in 3 Months
For me, the side split was always a bit harder than the front splits, but this 8-minute-routine did the trick. Make sure you always warm-up before you practice the side split and don't do isometric stretches more than 3 times a week. In my experience, isometric stretches can injure your knees and hips if you do them too often. I also don't recommend isometric stretches for children under 13. It's just too much for young growing joints and cartilage. You CAN stretch you side split every day! But please don't do the isometric stretches every day. BTW, this combination of static and isometric stretches is called PNF Stretching. Find more stretching instructions and routines the stretching main page.