A Complete Workout for All Runners: From the Novice to the Experienced
Many people grew up on the principle that a good workout consists of three basic components: warm-up, conditioning bout/activity, and cool-down. For those who participated in competitive athletics, the warm-up period seemed just as long as the activity or workout itself; but it was and remains the most important part of any workout. This article describes the three parts of a complete workout, along with a discussion on the current research that has explored a different variation of the workout once taught.
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Andrews-Little, Crowley, C., & Jackson, E. N. (2014). A Complete Workout for All Runners: From the Novice to the Experienced. Strategies (Reston, Va.), 27(2), 10–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/08924562.2014.879024