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Warm Up - Dynamic Hamstring Stretch

Ski Fitness - Warm Up - Dynamic Hamstring Stretch

This exercise can be performed as part of your home or gym warm-up routine, and will warm and gently stretch the Hamstrings in both legs.

Dynamic Hamstring Stretch

  • Dynamic Hamstring Stretch Step 1

    Stand in a neutral pose...

  • Dynamic Hamstring Stretch Step 2

    ...step Forward, digging the heel into the ground...

  • Dynamic Hamstring Stretch Step 3

    ...lower your upper body, feel the stretch.

Muscles Exercised

Dynamic Hamstring Stretch - Chemmy's Tips

Standing neutral, step forward with one leg digging the heels into the ground, pointing the toes skyward.

Keeping a flat back lower the upper body towards the ground till you feel a pleasant hamstring stretch.

Alternate sides.

Repeat up to 20 times.

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Warning and Disclaimer

Please Note :- Chemmy is not a qualified trainer or coach, and we offer this information only from her viewpoint, ability and experience as an Olympic athlete. Should you choose to follow the advice on this page, you do so entirely at your own risk.

This information does not constitute medical advice or the practice of medicine, and it does not replace the advice of your doctor. Before undertaking any course of exercise, you (the reader) must seek the advice of your doctor, physician or other qualified health care professional.

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ALWAYS :- Warm Up before exercising, and gradually increase range and speed of movement.

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