Tennis - 12/16
We squat down, with feet well supported; heels will be about 10 to 30 centimetres apart. This position is excellent for stretching the front part of the legs, knees, ankles, back, Achilles tendons and groins. The knees will remain outside the shoulders, in a vertical line from the toes. If we have a problem with balance, we can squat in a place with a slope, supporting the back on a wall or clasping the hands together.
Stretch recommended for: cycling, windsurfing, snowboarding, surfing, climbing, squash, volleyball, weight training, swimming, golf, tennis, dance, martial arts, gymnastics, jogging, rugby, boxing, american football, padel tennis, fencing, hockey, legs, pilates.