7 Post-Workout Stretches For Triathletes

Mobility, mobility, mobility.

It's often regarded as a vital piece of training and competition, but what does mobility really do for a triathlete–and how do you get it?

Better mobility means a faster recovery from a tough event or training session. It also will prevent common overuse injuries.

Work on your mobility for just 10 to 20 minutes a day and focus on your shoulders, back, posas and quads. But don't stop there. Your feet, calves, hamstrings, piriformis and chest deserve attention too.

Here's a list of seven mobility exercises to aid recovery after a workout.

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