The Fix: Stretches thighs, knees, and ankles.
How to Do It: Begin kneeling on the floor with your knees together and your feet pointed directly behind you, away from your knees. Rest your glutes on your calves and straighten your spine. Exhale and spread your feet slightly wider than your hips so your glutes can rest on the floor (try a block or towel, if you prefer). Firm your shoulder blades against your back and widen your collarbones to allow for your chest and lungs to expand. Sit on a block, folded towel, or rolled up blanket or place behind your knees for support. Make sure to lengthen the tailbone into the floor to anchor the back torso, too. Remember: this pose shouldn't leave you feeling strained.
Why It Works: "Your ankles often get overlooked, but this stretch is essential for stretching them out as you sit on them," says Kelly. She also finds the move is good for recovering from a range of CrossFit moves including squats, lunges, and double-unders.