IF YOU RUN, YOU MUST STRETCH! Regular static stretching aids in prevention of muscle pains and aches, reduces the risk of muscle tears and development of musculoskeletal conditions that can cause discomfort at the front, side and back of the knee, ankle and hip resulting in decreased performance.
5 simple stretches can help you to maintain healthy muscle length and aid in injury prevention. There are different resources suggesting different timing for stretching, hence, we advise to hold the stretch in between 20 to 30 seconds after the running or your training routine.
3. Back of thigh
4. Front of thigh
5. Lower back