Best Hamstring Exercises. Quick, Effective 8 Minute Hamstring Strengthening Routine.

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 Fitness professional, Caroline Jordan leads you through the most effective exercises to build strong, lean, powerful hamstring muscles. This workout is 8 minutes long and doesn’t require any equipment. It can be done at home, at the gym, or while traveling and is part of a well rounded strength training program. This video is all levels and can be modified or intensified depending on your exercise needs. Strong hamstrings are an important piece of having a healthy, powerful body and performing well in the sports you love. Strong hamstring muscles can protect the knees from injury. The hamstring muscles absorb stress placed on the knee from running, walking and other activities. Weakened hamstrings can lead to knee instability and injury risk. Strong hamstrings protect runners from injury and help with speed. Flexing the hip, swinging the leg back and striking it on the ground consistently engages the hamstrings. Strength helps with acceleration, deceleration and injury prevention.

Exercises for strong hamstrings include lunges, backward knee flexes with light weights and leg curls. Backbends, bridge and chair poses used in yoga strengthen the hamstrings, but should be guided by a certified yoga practitioner to avoid injury. Practicing high kicks can keep the hamstring flexible and strong. Swimming and cycling are effectively gentle exercises that can be performed by otherwise healthy individuals and not just athletes.

As always, please check with a doctor before starting any exercise program. Honor your body and it’s injuries and be SMART when exercising. Repeat this circuit 2-3 times through for a longer workout. Leave me a comment below when you have completed the circuit and let me know how it went!! ENJOY!! xox caroline

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