Dynamic Warm Up Exercise: Inch Worm

Dynamic warm up exercises, also called dynamic stretches, are the ones you do before you work out or before that big game/competition. Fitness Trainer Marzia Prince shows us one particular exercise that’s aptly called the inch worm. It will loosen your hamstrings, calves, and lower back.

Stand tall with your legs straight and then bend over and touch the floor. Keeping your legs straight, walk your hands forward as far as you can without letting your hips sag. Then take small steps to walk your feet back to your hands. That's one rep. You may look funny doing this, but your muscles will thank you for it later.

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