Stretching Exercises

You will find that we have listed two different types of stretches below, active and static.  Static stretching is what most people think of when someone mentions a stretch; a constant “hold” for x amount of seconds before moving on.  Active stretching is more dynamic in nature; it involves getting in to a stretch and then moving in some way so as to increase the stretch for a few seconds at a time.  This is a controlled movement- never balistic or explosive.  Your trainer will prescribe the appropriate time to perform the two types…  Some of these active stretches may double as dynamic warmups.

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Foot Elevated Hip Flexor Stretch

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Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch (Static)

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Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch (Active)

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Quadruped Hip Flexor Stretch (Active)

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90/90 Stretch

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Chair 90/90 Stretch

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Active Spinal Erector Stretch

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Kneeling Lat Stretch

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Upper Trap Stretch

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Active 3-way Hamstring Stretch

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Prone Piriformis Stretch

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Upright Piriformis Stretch

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Sumo Adductor Stretch

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Overhead Doorway Stretch

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Standing Quad Stretch