• Sarah Dunkley

DYNAMIC STRETCHING FOR THE LOWER LEG AND FOOT MUCLES

Updated: Jun 7

In this dynamic stretching series, each video focuses on a different area of the body, showing the stretches I use to keep my body mobile and feeling fresh.

These videos may not be appropriate if you have an injury or underlying health condition so please consult your physician before trying the movement in this series.

These routines can be incorporated into a fuller warm up routine before a workout if you have an area that’s particularly stiff.

Dynamics stretching is great to do in the morning or after work, and everyone can benefit from them.

Tips before we begin:

If you’re feeling stiff, start with smaller movements at a slower pace and build up only when you feel the movements become easier.

Avoid pushing too hard, you don’t want to feel an intense stretch or pain. Focus on continuous movement with control, be aware of the muscles you are engaging and stretching.



The benefits of dynamic stretching compound over time, so like anything, it's about getting into an achievable routine and buying into the positive effects of these movements on your body.

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