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Great Warm-Up (WU) for aerobic track workouts, yet it's a difficult WU and would be inappropriate for a race-day.

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These simple calisthenics can help warm up you up for a workout, but are also good at the office for taking a break from sitting at your desk. Get the blood moving and your muscles used. Try it out!

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This is my favorite sequence for an overall workout dynamic warmup. I recommend this to all athletes. It combines calisthenics and stretching in just 4 minutes.

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This simple routine of five skipping exercises can and should be done prior to intense track workouts and/or races. To learn more about how these fives skipping exercises fit into a warm-up read this article from RunningTimes.com

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Use this warm up for any workout; especially the- A Daily Regimen Stadium Workout

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This simple routine of five skipping exercises can and should be done prior to intense track workouts and/or races. To learn more about how these fives skipping exercises fit into a warm-up read this article from RunningTimes.com

runningtimes.com/Article.aspx?ArticleID=15924

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