Hi, I'm Alice Holland, and I'm going to show you how to stretch your hamstrings especially after doing an exercise like lunges. Lunges are a great exercise for strengthening the glutes and hamstrings. I'm going to show you how to stretch your hamstrings after a lunge workout because most likely they will be sore. I'm going to show you two different ways to stretch and mobilize your hamstring. The first one involves you putting your left foot or your right foot on top of a bench or a chair, make sure that your hip bones are facing the same direction as your foot, keep your back nice and straight, hinge at the waist and then feel the stretch in the back of the thigh in the back of the knee. Hold the stretch for 30 seconds, make sure you don't hurt your knee or your low back in the process. Just to feel a stretch is good enough. The second method involves using a foam roller to roll out the hamstring. Lie down on your back, prop yourself on your hands and roll the foam roller up and down the thigh. You should feel a pretty good stretch and a pretty good massage with this. Do this for a minute, take a break and do it for another minute. Make sure you alter up the angles of the foam roll so you get it at all angles of the hamstring.