Yoga For Runners: 7 MIN POST-RUN | Yoga With Adriene
Yoga Stretches for Runners
Reclined Big Toe Pose - Supta Padangusthasana
Begin by lying on your back to stretch the legs. This is a great stretch for the calves and hamstrings. Try alternating between a pointed and flexed foot. If you don't have a yoga strap, any belt will do. Do both legs.
Head-to-Knee Pose - Janu Sirsasana
Next, sit up for janu sirsasana, which looks a lot like a classic runners' stretch for the calves and hamstrings. Do both sides.
Cobbler's Pose - Baddha Konasana
Bring the soles of the feet together for baddha konasana, a stretch for the groins and hips.
Half Lord of the Fishes Pose - Ardha Matsyendrasana
This is a basic spinal twist to stretch the back and shoulders. Do both sides.
Cow Face Pose - Gomukhasana
A great hip stretch, but we're mostly interested in the triceps here, so if the leg position is too uncomfortable, you can just sit cross-legged. Stretch both sides.
Downward Facing Dog - Adho Mukha Svanasana
Now let's move into some standing poses. Downward facing dog is wonderful for stretching the calves, hamstrings, and shoulders. Pedal the feet slowly to really work into the calf muscles.
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