February 26


Why you should Warm up before Going for a Run

By Conor Graham

February 26, 2018

Avoid Running Plataeus, cardiovascular exercise, Cheltenham, Cheltenham Running, Cheltenham Running Workshops, Injury Prevention, Progressing your Running, Running Faster

Have you ever felt the burn in your lungs following a fast start to your run?

This experience can be reduced if not completely avoided with an effective warm up, thanks to the physiological changes in your ability to move oxygen to your muscles.

Watch this video to learn how to warm up for a faster start to any run or race.

Conor Graham

About the author

Conor is the Head Coach and Founder of Cheltenham Running and Walking Club.

His experience as a Strength & Conditioning Coach, Triathlete and Personal Trainer ensure members are educated on best practice in regards to training progression while also nurtured through the early stages of fitness development.

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