Your feet, boobs, hips, knees, nipples, and motivation will thank you. And that’s just for starters.
1. Stop stretching before you run.
Studies have shown that static stretching — holding a muscle in a fixed, stretched position for 20 or 30 seconds — doesn’t really prevent injury and may even compromise performance when you run. If you want to warm up before you run,dynamic stretching is where it’s at.
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