Exercises you should not neglect.
Regeneration and stretching after running are just as important as the training itself. Targeted regeneration and stretching after jogging or running help to recover from exercise-related stress. This will increase your performance during your next running session.
Recent studies show that fascia training prevents muscle cramp after training and helps to improve performance. So, don’t forget your fascia massage for regeneration after running and jogging.
Stretching after running helps relax specific areas and ensures faster regeneration by increasing blood flow.
For fast regeneration after running and jogging, we recommend a combination of the following rolling and stretching exercises:
Release of tension in the area of the sole of the foot. A boon after long runs.
While standing, place the sole of the foot on the MINI. Slowly roll back and forth. Turn your foot also on the inner and outer edge.
Release of tension in the area of the shin muscles. For the prevention of shin splint syndrome.
Stretching the back of your thighs after a run to get blood flowing to your thighs. This way you will stimulate the regeneration of your thigh muscles and you will be fit faster for your next run.
Lie on your back. Put the MULTI BAND around one foot. Grasp both ends of the band with your hands. Stretch your leg. Bring the stretched leg up. Your leg is now perpendicular to the floor. Hold this position.
Release of tension in the calf area. To prevent calf pain and Achilles tendonitis.
Start in plank position. Place the BLACKROLL under your thighs. Slowly roll out the entire front of your thighs from the knees to the hips.