Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska, and this is functional hamstring stretching. Stretching that helps to prepare the body for daily activities, for sports, or workouts, is called functional stretching. Functional stretching teaches the body to move through a full range of motions, supporting the muscles around the joint, as well as increasing the flexibility of those muscles. Our functional hamstring stretch is going to actually help improve our walking gait. So, it's going to mimic the heel/ball exchange of weight, while stretching the hamstring. Stand with your feet hip width apart, and then stretch your right foot out in front of you, striking the heel down. Roll forward into the ball of the foot, shifting your weight. And then, lean back and sink into your hamstring stretch. Roll forward again, heel/ball transfer of weight. Roll back, and stretch out that hamstring. Transitioning from the right foot back onto the left foot, holding the stretch. So, unlike a static stretch, we're not going to hold it for 30 seconds -- we're going to keep moving through it, stretch, and then roll right out of it. It's a great way to warm up the muscles, as well as stretch them.