If you are an older runner of 50 or 60 plus years of age, have you ever thought that the warm up used to do is not what you need? In fact have you even thought that you need a warm up to the warm up?
Many studies have shown that static stretching is not particularly helpful in preparing for physical activity or in preventing injuries. The term stretching implies forcefully lengthen a muscle beyond its normal state. It is entirely possible for someone using this method if they over-stretch to injure themselves or tear tissue.
In the "Ideal Warm up for Older Runners" you will have the keys to a safe and effective warm up or even recovery after a run. Scott 7 lessons and mini-lessons that will help you get going and continue running for as many years as you want to run.
The Ideal Warm Up for Older Runners
Contains: Over one hour of short audio movement lessons to help with movements that are essential to running, including pelvic circles, lengthening the spine by reaching and lengthening the back and sides of the torso, twisting the spine, gentle integrated movements for the hamstrings, warm up the calves, and ankles, and suggestions for the use of walk/run method.
Not a senior? Well this warm up will work for everyone!
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