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5 Stretches For Your Tight Hamstrings


Stretching

Your hamstrings are made from three muscles on the rear of your thigh, ranging from your hip to your knee. It’s important to stretch them to avoid injury, especially if you’re a runner or weight training.

They are essential for everyday activities like walking, so pay special attention to them since they're susceptible to strain and tears. Take some time while doing these stretches, and remember to breathe.

Sitting Hamstring Stretch

Take a seated position on the ground and straighten your right leg. Bend your left leg and convey rock bottom of your foot to your inner right thigh. While keeping your back straight, lean forward. Remember to breathe. Repeat on the other side.

Lying Hamstring Stretch

Lie down on your back together with your knees bent. Take your right leg and convey it to your chest before extending it straight into the air. If you've got a band or strap, use it to tug the extended leg closer. you'll also pull it closer together with your hands. Switch sides.

Downward Dog

Start during a high plank pose. While keeping your spine straight, send your tailbone into the air. you'll keep your knees bent if this stretch is just too much. If you would like more of a stretch, then connect your heels to the ground.

One Leg Standing Hamstring Stretch

While standing during a neutral position, put your right foot out, and stretch your toes to your shin. Bend your left knee and rest your hands on your left thigh. Lean forward from your hip. Repeat on the other side.

Lunging Hamstring Stretch

Start during a lunge position with our right leg ahead. Put your hands on the ground, on the edges of your right foot. Send your hips back and straighten your front leg. Repeat on the opposite side.

Please note that if any of those stretches are extremely painful, consult your doctor to form sure you are doing not have an injury.
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