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Flexible Routine

Most runners wouldn't describe themselves as limber or loose—especially after logging a five-, 10-, or 20-miler. But practicing yoga after your workouts can remedy that. By increasing blood and oxygen flow to muscles, tendons, and ligaments, yoga boosts flexibility, reduces soreness, and speeds reco...
  • margee hill

    10 minute postrun yoga sequence that will improve your range of motion and prevent injury

  • Megan Nikula

    10 Minute Post Run Yoga Routine - Prevent Injury and increase flexibility.

  • Lawren Smith

    Flexible Routine: A 10-minute postrun yoga sequence that will improve your range of motion and prevent injury. (from Runner's World)

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