Dynamic stretching involves moving parts of your body through a full range of motion to increase flexibility, blood flow, and mobility. Here are some examples:

Stand upright and swing one leg back and forth, keeping it straight. You can do this both sideways (side leg swings) and front to back (front leg swings).

Leg Swings

Extend your arms out to your sides and make circular motions with your arms, gradually increasing the size of the circles.

Arm Circles

Take a step forward into a lunge position, then alternate legs as you walk forward, maintaining a continuous movement.

Walking Lunges

Stand with your hands on your hips and rotate your hips in a circular motion, first in one direction and then the other.

Hip Circles

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and twist your torso from side to side, letting your arms follow the movement.

Torso Twists

Stand on one foot and bounce lightly on the ball of your foot while keeping your heel off the ground. Switch to the other foot after some reps.

Ankle Bounces

While jogging in place, lift your knees as high as possible with each step.

High Knees

Jog in place while kicking your heels up to touch your glutes with each step.

Butt Kicks