Developing a dynamic warm-up program is a smart decision for virtually any workout or sports activity, whether you compete in football, soccer, surfing or any other sport. Not only can a dynamic warm-up program help reduce the risk of injuries to the athletes, but even everyday fitness, and weekend warriors need to use the this type of stretching. If you’re not an athlete you need to wake up muscles and stretch in a dynamic fashion too.
Example: 3-5 minutes of dynamic stretching – active exercises like warrior lunges and bow and arrow pose, try to mimic natural movements that increase elasticity mobility.
Walking Toe Touch
For Glutes and Hamstrings.
￼While stepping forward go down and touch your toe. Try to keep a straight line from head through the ankle. Do not compensate by twisting the body. This will take the stress off the hamstring AND glutes, which is where we want it.