After your run, your legs are probably in need of a good stretch. But it's not all quads, hamstrings, and glutes. Don't forget these areas when stretching after your jog. Hip flexors: Combat all that forward propelling (and desk sitting) with

Best Stretches After A Run - found this on huffington post this morning when i got back from my first run in about 6 weeks, i have discovered exercising with podcasts, joy!!!

After a run, the best stretches to do are static stretches. A static stretch is when you place your body in a certain position and hold the stretch for 30 seconds or longer. Stretching after your run.

Running stretches for flexibility. Calf stretch, hamstring/hip stretch and standing hamstring.

Flexibility Training: Running Stretches

Regardless of form, even the best runners experience impact and compression. These stretches counteract the negative force of impact and help prevent injury.

Workouts Whenever you are working out you need to start with stretching or you can really hurt yourself. These are some good examples that you should do before every workout. Stretch until you feel a bit uncomfortable, but if you start hurting you're doing it wrong.

8 Stretches Your Tight Hips Are Begging For

Instantly Open Tight Hips With These 8 Stretches from Popsugar. Tight hips are number one cause of lower back pain, so do these stretches daily!

Hip Flexor Stretch - 5 Ways to Fix Mom Posture

DIY Cupcake Holders

Improving "Mom Posture": kneeling hip flexor stretch (pictured), doorway chest stretch, shoulder packing, using foam roller on upper/middle back & chest

Yoga Sequence For Runners to Increase Strength, Flexibility

3 Leg Stretches Runners Should Do Daily: Running Stretches For Tight Hamstrings and Hips via Maybe when I'm bendier

Want Flat Abs and a Lifted Butt? Don't forget to work on your BACK! Here are 5 moves to get you that strong, sexy back [VIDEO]

Strengthening your back - your posterior chain - can help you increase definition in your abs, protect you from injury in your training, lift your glutes (if you're looking for that result) and keep your torso upright and chest from collapsing.