3 Stretches You Should Do After Every Walk
Your calves are critical for walking and running, so show them some love with this quick stretch.
How to do it:Press your hands into a bench or tree, and step one foot back behind you. Keep both feet facing forward and both heels grounded. Bend your front knee, keeping the back leg straight, and press into the bench or tree. Hold for 15 seconds. Rise up, switch legs, and repeat.
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Chest and Shoulder Opener
The fronts of the shoulders can get tight from a brisk walk—especially if you have poor posture paired with a poor-fitting sports bra (one writer tested 6 different sports bras so you don't have to—here's the best one.) Open up the anterior deltoids with this quick stretch.
How to do it:Stand about half an arms distance from a tree or bench with your belly facing out. Reach back with one arm and grab the bench or tree with an underhand grip. Hold for 15 seconds. Lower that arm to your side, then reach back and repeat with the other arm.
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