Stretching before running fails to prevent injuries

09/1/2010 | NYTimes.com

A study of runners found stretching before a workout neither prevented nor reduced injuries. One expert said that science supports a routine of a very easy warm-up, a gradual increase in intensity and then dynamic stretching, or exercises that increase the joints' range of motion through constant movement.

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