Static stretches like these are a good way to improve flexibility. Do them after your workout, when your muscles are warm and supple.
Article added November 10, 2019 Categories Featured Training, Injury Prevention, Training, Work Outs
Written By: Bill Pierce & Scott MurrMagazine Edition: October 2017Photography by: Brooks (main); Matt Rainey (stretches)
These simple moves will help you avoid running injuries by improving flexibility.
Written By: Sage RountreeMagazine Edition: October 2017Photography by: Matt Korinek/lululemon (main); Mitch Mandel (yoga poses)
Use these moves to strengthen and stretch major muscles in a matter of minutes.
Written By: JORDAN METZL
Maintaining your legs’ workhorses will improve your overall performance. Your calf muscles (also known as the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles) simultaneously act as the gas and brake pedal on a run. Need to push up a steep hill? Those are your calf muscles called into action. Need to slow it up during the descent on the […]