Warming Up and Cooling Down
The warm up and cool down are just as valuable as the training routine. Don't skip out on vital pre and post workout stretching to become the best athlete!
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How to properly recovery after a long run, marathon training, triathlon training, or a big workout.
When it comes to which elements of your stride you can improve, your hips don’t lie. That’s because hip flexors—the muscles that allow flexion at the hip joint—play a huge role in fluid running, and a set of tight ones can really mess with your mechanics. One of the best ways to keep your hip joints healthy is to work to strengthen the muscles that surround your hips and legs. Hip strengthening exercises are easy to work into your daily routine and can be easily added to your gym workout.
Run faster by mastering the fundamentals with this mobility routine.
Combining yoga with swimming is a great way to add strength & flexibility. If you are a regular swimmer, then try these #yogaposes for .
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When you recover quickly from your runs, you'll improve more quickly, too! Here are 4 ways to recover from hard runs to help you become a better runner.
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