MTB Cool-down

This gentle MTB cool-down is designed to completely unwind you after your ride. To loosen you up and stretch out tight muscles.

Try to stay relaxed throughout the sequence, breathing in and out through your nose. See if you can make your session completely struggle-free—letting go of tension as you move through each pose.

  • Beginner
  • Mobilise and stretch the spine—especially the lower back.
  • Open up the shoulders.
  • Stretch the calves and hamstrings.
  • Open up the hips—the quads, groin and hip flexors.
  • Stretch the soles and tops of the feet.
  • Stretch the triceps and chest.
  • Release tension at the lower back.
  • Mat
  • Post-ride or in the evening to wind down.
  • In Reclining Spinal Twist, try to keep both shoulders on the mat. It doesn’t matter if your knee doesn’t come all the way down.
  • Stay up on your toes if you need to in Squat + Twist.