Release tight hips and prevent muscle soreness!
Hello, my friends! This 20-minute stretching routine is great to do after a hard workout or ANYTIME you need to stretch your lower body and release pelvic floor tension. Stretch your hips, calves, shins, inner thighs, and pelvic floor. You might need yoga blocks. Yoga blocks are easy to find in stores and online.
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