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Groin Stretch Standing

STEP I: Platoon, ATTENTION. AT EASE.

1. As normally executed, the Groin Stretch (standing). .FOLLOW ME

2. STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX, (CHANGE)

STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX

3. Position of attention, MOVE.

STEP II: Platoon, ATTENTION.

4. The Groin stretch (standing).

5. I will use the talk through method of instruction to teach you this stretch.

6. The start position is lunge slowly to the left while keeping the right leg straight, the right foot facing straight ahead and entirely on the ground.

7. On the command of STRETCH, you will lean over the left leg while stretching the right groin muscles. Hold this position for 10 to 15 seconds.

8. On the command of CHANGE, lunge slowly to the right while keeping the left leg straight, the left foot facing straight ahead and entirely on the ground.

9. On the command RELAX, return to the start position.

10. On the command of STRETCH, you will lean over the right leg while stretching the left groin muscles. Hold this position for 10 to 15 seconds.

11. On the command RELAX, return to the start position.

12. Do this sequence two or three times.

13. At normal cadence: Position of attention, MOVE. AT EASE.

STEP III: Platoon, ATTENTION.

14. The Groin stretch (standing). FOLLOW ME

15. STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX, (CHANGE),

STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX STRETCH, RELAX

16. Position of attention, MOVE. AT EASE.

17. What are your questions pertaining to this stretch with or without the talk through method of instruction?


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