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The Seated Forward Fold In today’s episode of Yoga for Runners, Dr Shyla Arya, from Foot and Ankle Associates of North Texas, helps Dr Crane demonstrate the seated forward fold. This is a great pose for runners because it gives an intense stretch of your shoulders, back, hamstrings and calves.
Downward Facing Dog In Part Two of Yoga for Runners: Dr Shyla Arya assists Dr Marybeth Crane from FAANT demonstrate the Downward Facing Dog Pose. This is great for runners to stretch your hamstrings and calves; as well as elongate the spine, strengthen and open your chest and strengthen your arms.