March 13, 2017
This pose is an all over good pose for stretching the hamstrings, ankles, hips, spine and even wrists. Practicing this pose will reduce the risk of injury while running and it will also improve overall stamina.
This pose is one of my favorites for all athletes but a must for runners. Try not to be discouraged by its difficulty and enjoy learning about your body and how you may improve strength, balance, coordination and endurance.
Finally, a pose that will target those tight hips flexors, quads, and front body. While this pose is passive, it’s beneficial in many ways. By opening up the ankles, hips, and chest, you will be able to breath more deeply while providing relaxation from a busy life. This pose may also show you how tight you are.
Over time and with persistence these poses will become valuable tools to not only create a more comfortable run but one that can take you to new heights. Repetition and consistency are the keys to unlocking not only the muscles and joints but the hidden power trapped within them.
(This article was written by Dawn Yager for Baleaf Sports, Feel free to check her site: https://www.shantimyrtlebeach.com/ )
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