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Yoga for Runners :: Runners are vigorous athletes, but that doesn't mean they can't benefit from the stillness of yoga. Here's a sequence of 10 poses specifically designed for strengthening the legs and core to increase speed and endurance, as well as increase the flexibility of the hips and hamstrings to prevent running-related injuries.
Build Strength and Flexibility: Yoga Sequence For Runners
Happy Hips Yoga Sequence.
Happy Hips Yoga Sequence
Squat: From standing, heel-toe feet wide apart, pointing toes out so that hips are open. Start to soften and bend knees, releasing hips toward the ground, hovering above at whatever height feels good for you. Take elbows inside of thighs, lightly pressing them out, and take hands together like a prayer at the center of chest. Try to keep spine long. Breathe here for 5 to 10 deep breaths.
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8-Minute Workout: Yoga for Better Sleep. Great way to wind down before bed.
Flatten your belly, slim your thighs, and firm your butt in 2 weeks-- without a single sit-up or squat. These five ballet-inspired moves use one piece of equipment you're sure to have in your home--a wall to gently increase your flexibility and range of motion. The result: You'll isolate the tough to reach muscles that pull in your belly, lift your backside, and trim your thighs..
Just Run (jessica simpson's daisy duke workout)