Post Run Lower Back Stretch | SoleHealers

 foot massager plantar fasciitis

Long runs and hilly terrain can lead to a strained and pained lower back after a run. Try these two stretches to relieve lower-back pain.

Butterfly Stretch

Sit on the floor and bend both knees like you're about to sit cross-legged. Bring your feet together.

Using your hands, press the bottoms of your feet together while using your elbows to press your knees toward the floor. Hold for ten seconds.

Extend your arms out in front of you to deepen the stretch and stay for a few breaths.

Seated Twist

Sit on the ground with your legs extended in front of you.

Bend your right knee and place your right heel as close to your left sit bone as you can. Hug your right knee into your chest with your left arm as you twist to look over your right shoulder. Reach your right arm behind you to increase the stretch.

Maintain this position for up to ten seconds, lengthening the spine on the inhale and increasing the twist on the exhale. Then release the twist, straighten your legs out in front of you, and do this stretch on the other side.

SoleHealers™ is an innovative foot/leg stretching and massaging product that’s excellent for runners and anyone who works out. Great for plantar fasciitis and shin splints relief.

SmartSole Exercise Insoles convert your everyday shoes and sneakers into toning shoes and relieve pressure on your hamstrings, joints & back. The built up arch support make these great insoles for flat feet and insoles for shin splints. and the gel insert in the heel strike absorbs shock and provides plantar fasciitis relief.


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