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This week's list includes FREE CrossFit, yoga, running, and more!
Do the cold temperatures have you feeling like a home body? You can still get that workout in! Here are three workouts you can complete at home, courtesy of Nike Trainer Chris Perrin.
Lisa Chicolte of MCRRC:
“Thick mittens so my hands don't turn yellow and are uncomfortable.”
Nicolas Crouzier of MCRRC:
My hat, I look silly with it but would have a really hard time running without it!"
Dionis Gauvin of MCRRC:
“I love compression socks because I prefer running in shorts, and they let me run in shorts even on really cold days."
Thanks to Kelly Andreae, Executive Director of Back on My Feet DC, for answering some of our questions.
From Medical Exercise Trainers: "
Who We Are:
Medical Exercise Trainers delivers to D.C one of the few specialized post therapy exercise training facilities. Our certified post rehab and medical exercise training staff will guide you toward reaching your full physical potential with diverse and functional program design. We will work to meet the challenge your physical health requires while enforcing the correct biomechanics essential for longevity and wellness. "
I got into indoor cycling to avoid the winter cold. Truth be told, you can spend about $500 on the proper gear to keep you warm (I really like Etxeondo's cold weather line), but riding inside is cheaper and you don't have to worry about the ice. If you want to stay in shape during the winter, I can offer a few tips:
Athletes usually want to get stronger and faster. You can invest time and money into training, racing, new gear, smart devices, and so on, but most athletes overlook the care and tune-ups required for their most important asset – their own body. Without consistent care muscles can learn impaired, inefficient movement patterns and compensation strategies for weaknesses.
Get some exercise on your day off! Here are 6 FREE Washington DC Area President's Day Things To Do.
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