This stretch is another way to stretch your hamstrings. Its a little more functional and dynamic because you aren't holding the stretch for any specific length of time like a traditional hamstring stretch.
The starting position for this stretch is on the ground in a push up position. At this point, your hands should remain fixed in one spot, while you begin to walk your feet up to your hands. The key thing to remember is to keep your knees straight, that way you get a great hamstring stretch.
One you have walked your feet up as far as you can, now keep your feet still and then walk your hands forward until you are back at the starting position. Repeat the entire process over again!
In order to get a good workout, you need about 10-20 of space to work with.
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