If you’re a runner, you know the affect tight muscles can have on your form and your run times. Running specifically targets the quads, hip flexors, hamstrings, glutes and calf muscles. That means stretching these muscles both before and after a run is essential to reduce the risk of injury.
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0:00 Kneeling Hamstring Stretch L
0:38 Kneeling Hamstring Stretch R
1:14 Runners Stretch
1:59 Split squat L
2:34 Split squat R
3:10 Cossack squat
3:55 Hamstring Stretch
4:41 Low Lunge Right Stretch R
5:19 Low Lunge Right Stretch L
5:52 Ankle Circles
How do you stretch your legs for running. What is the runners stretch. Should you stretch your legs after running. What happens when you don’t stretch your legs after running?
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