Dynamic Warm Up For Runners to prevent injury - super fast and especially great before cold runs
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The 8 Best Stretches to Do Before Running | Nothing can derail your fitness goals like an injury. Running with muscles that are cold and not properly stretched can result in a muscle strain that keeps you off your feet -- and off the road or trail -- for days, weeks or even months. Beginning each running workout with a 5- to 10-minute jog followed by stretching helps warm up your muscles sufficiently so they’re primed for your run, whether it’s a couple of miles or a marathon.

The 8 Best Stretches to Do Before Running | Nothing can derail your fitness goals like an injury. Running with muscles that are cold and not properly stretched can result in a muscle strain that keeps you off your feet -- and off the road or trail -- for days, weeks or even months. Beginning each running workout with a 5- to 10-minute jog followed by stretching helps warm up your muscles sufficiently so they’re primed for your run, whether it’s a couple of miles or a marathon.

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THE PERFECT RUNNER'S WARM UP ROUTINE: If you want to perform to the best of your ability right from the start of a run, it's vital that your pre-run warm up is right...

THE PERFECT RUNNER'S WARM UP ROUTINE: If you want to perform to the best of your ability right from the start of a run, it's vital that your pre-run warm up is right...

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Getting ready for fitness raining? We've made a list of the best warm up exercises to get you up and running.

Getting ready for fitness raining? We've made a list of the best warm up exercises to get you up and running.

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Got knee pain? You probably need to work on your ankles. Over time, especially if you spend a lot of time sitting, your ankles lose range of motion—which forces your knees to compensate (and complain). Do this move as part of your warm-up, or anytime you like. You'll see the benefits in your walk, run, or strength workout almost immediately.

Got knee pain? You probably need to work on your ankles. Over time, especially if you spend a lot of time sitting, your ankles lose range of motion—which forces your knees to compensate (and complain). Do this move as part of your warm-up, or anytime you like. You'll see the benefits in your walk, run, or strength workout almost immediately.

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