Yoga for Runners: Post-Run

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Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Hatha Yoga
Yoga for Runners
Yoga for Athletes
Duration: 
20:38
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4.625

Average: 4.6 (104 votes)

Class Description: 

Practicing a few yoga poses after a run, when your muscles are warm and soft, will make you feel a whole lot better the next day. Post-run yoga will decrease injuries and improve the health and strength of muscles. Also, tense muscles have trouble receiving enough blood. Stretching improves the muscles' access to healthy blood and oxygen.

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Easily adaptable
LaGuiri 2 months ago

I needed a short post-walk sequence so I tried my luck with this one when it was still rated Beginner. When I find I can't reach as far as the instructor, I do something different (for example Camel Pose as a quadriceps stretch). Maybe you could add an alternative, easier video in the future?

I don't run, but I walk and
Tfillinger 2 months ago

I don't run, but I walk and this practice is also very effective for a post-walk stretch. Nice job, Fiji and DYWM crew!!! Love, love, love your videos.

Awesome Practice
mollymichael 3 months ago

I run often, but need a lot of warming up and cooling down or else I injure easily. This really opened up areas and stretched me out and a great amount of time. Thank you!

Thank you thank you thank you
ddzwalker 4 months ago

Thank you thank you thank you!!! Exactly what I needed after my 8.5 mile run today!!!! I loved the variations on pigeon!!!

Blissful
katierose 5 months ago

Loved it!!! I'm out of practice, and have only done one particular style of yoga before, this is a fantastic way to get back into and incorporate it with my running. Thank you so so much!

Blissful
katierose 5 months ago

Loved it!!! I'm out of practice, and have only done one particular style of yoga before, this is a fantastic way to get back into and incorporate it with my running. Thank you so so much!

Oof. I don't feel this is a
lkothera 6 months ago

Oof. I don't feel this is a beginner video. Stretches were way too deep for me.

Intermediate?
Paul 6 months ago

Seems as though lots of people feel this should be rated intermediate, so we will change the level for you.

a little difficult for beginners
txrunnergirl17 7 months ago

I consider myself an advanced beginner- I have a solid foundation but am not quite intermediate level yet, and I thought some of this was hard to follow and do. I think after doing the routine a few times, it may get easier to follow though. I do think it was a nice routine for after running.