The Best Leg Stretches for Seniors – Part 1: Lower Body – Seniors Exercises

Whole Lower Body Stretch session. (Stretching the legs)

Improve the range of motion in your joints and your flexibility with this second part of the two part series

This video consists of:
Warm up
Gentle mobilisation of the whole body to ready the all the joints of the lower body for stretching
1) Calf stretch
2) Soleus (lower leg) stretch
3) Groin stretch
4) Hamstring stretch
5) Buttocks stretch
6) Lower Back stretch

For Part 2: the Best Upper Body Stretches For Seniors:

10 minutes of easy to follow, gentle, core exercises for seniors!

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