Dynamic flexibility

  • This group of exercises consists of dynamic stretches that open up the hips, stretch the inner thigh muscles and/or target the hip flexors. The difficulty level ranges from beginner to very challenging exercises that also enhance stability and strength.

  • Tight hamstrings affect posture and back health and can lead to muscular imbalances, making an athlete more prone to hamstring pulls and tears. Dynamic hamstring stretches warm up, lengthen, oxygenate and prepare the hamstrings for working out and prevent injuries.

  • Dynamic shoulder flexibility exercises mobilize the shoulder joints and prepare the upper body muscles and tendons for working out.

  • As a result of training habits and bad posture, the spine can lose mobility. Perform dynamic back exercises to enhance the range of motion of the spine that can actively be controlled by the muscles. Muscle control and stabilization of the spine in any position is important for your back's health.