Dynamic Squat Stretch

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To do the Dynamic Squat Stretch, stand tall with your feet about hip-width apart. Then hang over, reaching for the ground as you keep your legs straight. Feel a stretch down your hamstrings and calves and even up into your lower back. You can place your hands on your feet or even on the ground between your legs, but try to keep your legs straight. You can even place your hands on your shins.

Then sink into a squat, keeping your heels down. Sink as low as you can while keeping your heels down. You can use your hands on your feet or in between your legs to help you get lower. You can even slightly press out on your knees to stretch out your inner thighs a bit. At the bottom you can lift your hands up and reach in front or even overhead.

After pausing in the squat, straighten your legs back out and hang over before fully standing up. Squeeze your glutes at the top and repeat, hanging over with straight legs before sinking back down.