As mentioned in the "Performance Flexibility™ For Runners" article found at http://kinetesissports.com/Performance_Flexibility_For_Runners.html?gclid=CLjE2-2Nk6ECFRQdswodShiCNA, "Tight muscles and joints will wreak havoc on your running by blocking the key motions and movement patterns needed for optimal running technique. Not only will this affect your running performance by making your stride less efficient, but it will also accelerate the strain on your body and increase your chances of becoming injured."
So this week, I encourage you to incorporate 10-15 minutes of stretching into each and every day, even if you don't get a run in. Believe me, I'm currently suffering the effects of ITBS (Iliotibial Band Syndrome) because I didn't take the time to stretch properly after running, and I don't want to see any of you suffering from the same pain I am.
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