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  • Flexibility/Injury Prevention

    I wanted to ask you guys what type of stretching routines/injury prevention work you're doing as part of your regular schedules. I'm following the PTG, but I want to also be proactive about preventing shin splints, shoulder injuries, and whatever else can interrupt training.

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    Check out some of these videos ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR1Ip8N-cH4 )
    "From this day to the end of days; We in it shall be remembered- We few, we band of brothers;
    For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
    Shall be my brother." -

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    • #3
      I have watched all of those videos, my question was more on how you guys add in those exercises and stretches. Do you do the entire shoulder routine every upper body day? Or every day? What about hip work or calf stretching? Is that on lower body days? I'm looking for guidance on how to effectively lay out my injury prevention/flexibility work.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Still Running View Post
        I have watched all of those videos, my question was more on how you guys add in those exercises and stretches. Do you do the entire shoulder routine every upper body day? Or every day? What about hip work or calf stretching? Is that on lower body days? I'm looking for guidance on how to effectively lay out my injury prevention/flexibility work.
        Just keep it simple, stretch whatever muscles you're planning on working out that day. If you don't know the types of stretches you should do just search it up.

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