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Dynamic Warm-up Exercises

Here are some videos of good dynamic warm-up exercises that can be performed before participation in athletics.

Disclaimer: Before you perform these or any other exercises, ask your physical therapist or doctor if these are appropriate for you.

Heel Walk

  • Important - stand straight up in good posture.
  • Raise the toes of both feet off of the ground.
  • Walk continuously on your heels for 40-50 feet.

Toe Walk

  • Important - stand straight up in good posture.
  • Raise the heels of both feet off of the ground 3-5 inches.
  • Walk continuously on your toes for 40-50 feet.

Knee Hugs

  • Important - stand straight up in good posture.
  • Lift your left knee up, grab it with both hands pulling it up and as close to your chest as possible.
  • Hold the position for a few seconds.
  • Let go of your left knee, step forward and repeat this with the other knee as illustrated in the video.
  • Do this 15 to 20 times on each side.

Dynamic Hamstring Stretch

  • Stand with your legs together and both arms extended.
  • Step and slowly kick one thigh and leg straight up.
  • Try to touch your toe to your hand while maintaining a straight knee, then return as you walk forward.
  • Repeat this 10x on each side.
  • Important: try to maintain an upright posture throughout the exercise.

Lunge with Rotation

  • Start by standing up straight in good posture and your feet shoulder-width apart.
  • Step out with your right foot and move into a lunge/half kneeling position but do not let your knee touch the ground.
  • Maintain an upright position with your core muscles engaged.
  • Hold that position and rotate your upper body and left shoulder across to the right side as illustrated while maintaining good posture.
  • Step forward back into an upright position.
  • Then step out with your left foot into a lunge position.
  • Rotate your upper body and right shoulder to the left as illustrated. Maintain good, upright posture.
  • Step forward again back into an upright position.
  • Repeat this 10x on each side.

Power Skips

  • Start off with your feet shoulder-width apart, your chest out, and shoulders back.
  • Drive one knee up as high as possible in a skipping motion.
  • Maintain a good 90 degree angle at the elbow and thrust the opposite hand upward as illustrated.
  • Land on the ball of your foot and repeat this skipping motion with the opposite leg and arm.
  • Repeat this exercise about 5x on each side and repeat 2-3x.
Disclaimer

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