Most people race less during the winter months, so it’s a great time to work on your strength. Dr. Justin Dukes of Body in Motion Chiropractic shows us a dynamic strength sequence that can be used as stand-alone strength work, or is great as a warm-up before your winter runs. Work this into your routine and be a stronger runner next spring!
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