I just looked into this because I'm having the same problem. There's a magazine called Women's Running that had some great exercises this month. Basically, I do the donkey kick, bridges on a Swiss ball (or just bridges - raising your pelvis, butt, thighs while lying on your back), bird dog pose www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiKg4jIchkM
, one leg dead lifts www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0bYLQsFbjs
, lunges, squats, wall sits.
These are great for hamstrings, hips and knees.
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