This pose is great for improve the range-of-motion and flexibility in your hips, which will in turn lead to better running form.
Strengthen your back, glutes and legs while opening up your core.
This yoga move is beneficial to your running.
This yoga pose targets the hips and is great for runners.
Yoga and run training complement each other like yin and yang.
A bit of “Om” time could make you faster and more injury-resistant.
The pigeon pose will increase the range-of-motion and flexibility in your hips, allowing for a more fluid stride.
This simple, relaxing pose has a direct, positive effect on your running.
Lessen your likelihood of injury with these simple stretches.