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14. Cool Down – Legs & Hips

In this Yoga & Stretching for Climbing video, our CTT Yoga Instructor Ashley Fay walks us through a flow designed specifically for cooling down the legs and hips after climbing.

1. Downward Facing Dog – Maintain straight spine and after a good stretch, lift the right leg and bring it through to the right wrist.

2. Pigeon Pose – Hips are square, back leg is straight, and right ankle is pointed out to the left side. Stay in this position or feel free to add a block under the hip. Added challenge, come into Resting Pigeon if accessible.

4. Three Legged Down Dog – Shake out the right leg and feel free to open up the hip.

5. Pigeon Pose – Hips are square, back leg is straight, and left ankle is pointed out to the right side. Stay in this position or feel free to add a block under the hip. Added challenge, come into Resting Pigeon if accessible.

6. Three Legged Down Dog – Shake out the right leg and feel free to open up the hip.

7. Seated Forward Fold – With a long spine and belly button pulled in, grab your shins or feet if accessible and try to rest forehead onto the legs.

We hope you found this video helpful. Feel free to comment below with questions or thoughts!

 

Please remember, climbing is inherently dangerous. Climb at your own risk.

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