This routine will stretch out all the leg muscles that can get tight due to running, as well as improve your running posture with a stretch for your chest.
Supermans, crunches and side planks make up this core-building routine.
With stretches and movements inspired by yoga, such cobra, downward-facing dog and lizard pose, you’ll improve the range of motion in your back, spine and hips.
Work on your abs, obliques and glutes with V-sits, Russian twists and glute bridge holds.
This low-impact routine is great if you’re just starting out on your fitness journey, or you have any joint issues at all. You’ll need a chair or something to elevate you for one of the exercises.
This routine incorporates twists, body rolls and forward folds to stretch and mobilise your chest, back, shoulders and wrists, as well as your spine and hips.
If you’re after a lower intensity session to strengthen your core, as well as your upper and lower body, this one’s for you. Make sure you have a tea towel to hand, or something similar.
This is a simple but effective session with standing walk outs, glute bridges and plenty of plank variations.
Panu takes you through a full-body routine to improve your flexibility and mobility, starting with the upper body and working down to the lower body.