Women's Running

Power Down

If Erika Canales and David Braswell know one thing to be true about runners it’s that their stride tends to create tight hips, shoulders, and lower back. Another think they know, busy runners often skip out on post-run mobility exercises that could help combat that tightness.

Running is a whole-body activity that requires coordination between the upper and lower muscles. If one area is tight, it won’t be able to do its job properly and another muscle will have to pick up the slack. For example, you might be working extra hard to propel forward in a run because your arms and shoulders are tight, or your torso is rotating more than

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