After playing lacrosse with your favorite and your best lacrosse sticks then you should spend a little time doing some stretching for a few minutes to help increase flexibility, and avoid you from the risk of injury. Well, here’s the review!
1. Stretching calves
Stand up straight with your right foot in front and your left leg behind, straight with your back. Make sure both feet fully tread, straight and front facing. Then, bend your right front leg slowly and lower the body slightly. You should feel a tug on the calf behind your left foot. Do this for 15 seconds for each leg.
2. Stretching hamstring
Still in the position of the right foot in front and left foot behind, but this time keep your right foot straight and the left leg bending. Put your hands on the waist, and lift the front of the right foot so that the sole is only the heel. With your left leg bent, bend your body slightly toward your right leg. Remember to keep your back straight during a hamstring stretch, and do this for 15 seconds for each leg.