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Dynamic Stretching Exercises
The following are examples of dynamic stretching and mobility
exercises, which could form part of the warm up program in a training
session. The dynamic exercises you incorporate into your warm up
program should be appropriate to the movements you would
experience in your sport/event. In all the exercises breathe easily whilst
performing them.
Current research work detailed in Medicine & Science in Sport and
Exercise 33(3), pp354-358 and Journal of Strength and Conditioning
Research, vol 15 (1): 98-101 suggests that the use of dynamic
stretches - slow controlled movements through the full range of motion
- are the most appropriate exercises for the warm up. By contrast,
static stretches are more appropriate for the cool down.
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• Ankles
• Feet and toes
Neck Mobility
• Flexion/Extension - Tuck your chin into your chest, and then lift
your chin upward as far as possible. 6 to 10 repetitions
• Lateral Flexion - lower your left ear toward your left shoulder and
then your right ear to your right shoulder. 6 to 10 repetitions
• Rotation - Turn your chin laterally toward your left shoulder and
then rotate it toward your right shoulder. 6 to 10 repetitions
Shoulder Circles
• Stand tall, feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, knees
slightly bent
• Raise your right shoulder towards your right ear, take it
backwards, down and then up again to the ear in a smooth action
• Repeat with the other shoulder
Arm Swings
• Stand tall, feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, knees
slightly bent
• Keep the back straight at all times
• Overhead/Down and back - Swing both arms continuously to an
overhead position and then forward, down, and backwards. 6 to
10 repetitions
• Side/Front Crossover - Swing both arms out to your sides and
then cross them in front of your chest. 6 to 10 repetitions
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Side Bends
• Stand tall with good posture, feet slightly wider than shoulderwidth apart, knees slightly bent, hands resting on hips
• Lift your trunk up and away from your hips and bend smoothly
first to one side, then the other, avoiding the tendency to lean
either forwards or backwards
• Repeat the whole sequence sixteen times with a slow rhythm,
breathing out as you bend to the side, and in as you return to the
centre
Hip circles and twists
• Circles - With your hands on your hips and feet spread wider than
your shoulders, make circles with your hips in a clockwise
direction for 10 to 12 repetitions. Then repeat in a counter
clockwise direction
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• Twists - Extend your arms out to your sides, and twist your torso
and hips to the left, shifting your weight on to the left foot. Then
twist your torso to the right while shifting your weight to the right
foot. 10 to 12 reps on each side
Half Squat
• Stand tall with good posture holding your hands out in front of
you for balance
• Now bend at the knees until your thighs are parallel with the floor
• Keep your back long throughout the movement, and look straight
ahead
• Make sure that your knees always point in the same direction as
your toes
• Once at your lowest point, fully straighten your legs to return to
your starting position
• Repeat the exercise sixteen times with a smooth, controlled
rhythm
• Breath in as you descend, and out as you rise
Leg Swings
• Flexion/Extension- Stand sideways onto the wall
• Weight on your left leg and your right hand on the wall for
balance
• Swing your right leg forward and backward
• 10 to 12 repetitions on each leg
• Cross-Body flexion/Abduction - Leaning slightly forward with
both hands on a wall and your weight on your left leg, swing your
right leg to the left in front of your body, pointing your toes
upwards as your foot reaches its furthest point of motion
• Then swing the right leg back to the right as far as comfortable,
again pointing your toes up as your foot reaches its final point of
movement
• 10 to 12 repetitions on each leg
Lunges
• Standing tall both feet together (starting position)
• Keeping the back straight lunge forward with the right leg approx
1 to 1½ metre
• The right thigh should be parallel with the ground and the right
lower leg vertical
• Spring back to the starting position
• Repeat with the left leg
• 12 to 16 repetitions on each leg
Ankle Bounce
• Double leg bounce - Leaning forward with your hands on the
wall and your weight on your toes, raise and lower both heels
rapidly (bounce)
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• Each time, lift your heels one to two inches from the ground while
maintaining ground contact with the ball of your feet
• 12 to 16 repetitions
• Single leg bounce - leaning forward with your hands on a wall
and all your weight on your left foot, raise the right knee forward
while pushing the left heel towards the ground
• Then lower the right foot to the floor while raising the left heel
one or two inches
• Repeat in a rapid, bouncy fashion
• 12 to 16 repetitions on each leg
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