Your Morning Pre-Run Warm-Up
Six dynamic drills that set the tone for strong a.m. miles
Early in the morning, it’s all too easy to skip your warm-up. But trainers agree that striving for more efficient movement in your joints before you ease into a workout helps your perform at a higher level and reduces your risk of injury.
Five minutes of movement prep can help you finish a jog feeling stronger, faster, and fitter. Start by tackling one or two of these exercises then continue to build onto your pre-run routine by tacking another move on each week.
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