Rest and recovery are essential for runners to obtain optimal performance and injury prevention. A quick dynamic stretching routine will help your body recover so that you can be ready for your next scheduled training run. In addition, dynamic stretching will restore your range of motion and improve dynamic joint stabilization. All you need is 15 minutes, twice a week.
Here are some examples of dynamic stretches you should be doing:
1. Air squats 15 reps
2. Inchworm 20 feet
3. Side lunge 15 reps each side
4. Reverse lunge 12 reps each side
5. Frankenstein walk 30 feet
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