WARM – UP STRETCHES

KEEPS MUSCLES LONG, LEAN AND FLEXIBLE

Stretching before your workout keeps the muscles flexible, strong and healthy. According to health.harvard.edu, “Regular stretching keeps muscles long, lean and flexible and this means that exertion won’t put too much force on the muscle itself.” Do not bounce while performing stretches as this could cause injury. You will want to feel tension during your pre-workout stretches but NOT pain. Try out these stretches before your workout to gear those muscles for your exercise routine.

Quad Stretch

45 Second Hold.

Stretch your quad (thigh) muscles. Great for: squats, lunges, walking, jogging.

Quad Stretch

45 Second Hold.

Stretch your quad (thigh) muscles. Great for: squats, lunges, walking, jogging.

Calve Stretch

Both Legs
45 Second hold.

Stretch your Calves. Great for: Calve raises, swimming, walking, jogging, cycling.

Back and Glute Stretch

45 Seconds
Hold Each Leg for 45 Seconds Each

Stretch your back. Great for: walking, jogging, jumping jacks, rowing, cycling.

Inner Thigh Stretch

45 Second Stretch Each Leg

Stretch inner thighs, outer arms. Great for: Full Body Workouts.

** Our information is verified by Fitness Expert, Matt Davidson, B.S. Kinesiology, NSCA-CPT, CSCS, CES, FNS.