Stretching is the main concept of any sport whether it is football, volleyball, cricket, martial arts etc. But other than this ,it is the way to make your body parts feel relaxed. Stretching does not require any equipments. It can be done at home in morning for a better start. Here are some basic stretching exercises-- CAT COW STRETCH A Cat Cow Stretch is\u0026nbsp;great to\u0026nbsp;start to\u0026nbsp;warming up\u0026nbsp;the spine, it\u0026nbsp;also works on\u0026nbsp;the flexibility of\u0026nbsp;the back, neck, and shoulders. Get on\u0026nbsp;your hands and knees.Arch your back slowly, dropping your stomach to\u0026nbsp;the floor and raising your head\u0026nbsp;up.Pause for a\u0026nbsp;few seconds.Slowly round your back up\u0026nbsp;like a\u0026nbsp;cat.Repeat 10\u0026nbsp;times. BRIDGE POSE The bridge pose is\u0026nbsp;not just an\u0026nbsp;effective core exercise, it\u2019s also good for stretching the neck, spine, thighs, and hips. Lie on\u0026nbsp;your back with your knees bent.Slowly raise your hips\u0026nbsp;up, keeping your shoulders on\u0026nbsp;the floor and your feet flat.Hold it\u0026nbsp;for 30\u0026nbsp;seconds, repeat 3\u0026nbsp;times. CHEST \u0026amp; SHOULDER STRETCH Sit or stand and clasp your hands together behind your back, arms straight.Lift your hands towards the ceiling, going only as high as is comfortable. You should feel a stretch in your shoulders and chest.Hold for 15 to 30 seconds, repeating one to three times. If your shoulders are a little tight, try just taking your arms out to the sides like an airplane. HAMSTRING STRETCHES These stretches target the back of your legs. It\u2019s best to do them at the end of a workout. Your hamstrings need to be flexible for a healthy back, hips and knees. The reclined stretch, forward bend, scissor stretch and the standing hamstring stretch are some exercises that you can try. BUTTERFLY STRETCH Sit tall on the floor with the soles of your feet together, knees bent out to sides.Hold onto your ankles or feet, engage your abs, and slowly lower your body toward your feet as far as you can while pressing your knees toward the floor.If you're too tight to bend over, simply press your knees down.Hold this stretch for 30 seconds to 2 minutes.