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Static Stretching: Seated V-Stance

Static Stretching: Seated V-Stance

The Seated V-Stance is a static stretching exercise, which focuses on improving flexibility of knee flexor and trunk extensor musculature, reducing the risk of injury and aids in the muscle recovery process.   Description Place floor mat on the ground Sit down and abduct hips to a “V” with knees extended Lean forward with upper...
Static Stretching: Supine Cross-Over

Static Stretching: Supine Cross-Over

The Supine Cross-Over is a static stretching exercise, which focuses on improving flexibility of hip abductor – and trunk rotator musculature (obliques), reducing the risk of injury and aids in the muscle recovery process. Description Place floor mat on the ground Lay down in supine position (face up); knees are extended shoulder-width apart Extend arms...
Static Stretching: Supine Oblique

Static Stretching: Supine Oblique

The Supine Oblique is a static stretching exercise, which focuses on improving flexibility of trunk rotator musculature (obliques), reducing the risk of injury and aids in the muscle recovery process. Description Place floor mat on the ground Lay down in supine position (face up); knees are shoulder-width apart Flex knees to 90˚ Place hands behind...
Static Stretching: Supine Erector Spinae

Static Stretching: Supine Erector Spinae

The Supine Erector Spinae stretch is a static stretching exercise, which focuses on improving flexibility of the lower back, reducing the risk of injury and aids in the muscle recovery process. Description Place floor mat on the ground Lay down in supine position (face up); head remains ground contact Flex hips and knees to 90˚;...
Static Stretching: Wrist Extensor Stretch

Static Stretching: Wrist Extensor Stretch

The Wrist Extensor stretch is a static stretching exercise, which focuses on improving flexibility of wrist extensor musculature, reducing the risk for injury, and aids in the muscle recovery process. It also reduces delayed onset of muscle soreness of wrist extensor musculature. The exercise description and picture will show you how to perform this tennis conditioning...