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Amaro Claudine Santos

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Normal Jacquelin Munguía

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Normal George Trache
that_randomzguy Thanks for the votes everybody and now there here #nikeid #airmax2015 #runners 1min

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3min jonarave
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jonarave Primera parte carrera @clinicascolina con la mejor gente. #running #runners #maturinrunners #happy #bestmoment #coolhunterun 3min

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Slumber Cogito Ergo Sum
electricrunner68 Con mi mejor amigo y mi mejor hermano.#runners#.#brothers#.#marathon#. 3min

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themaze.was.only.the.beginning I have no money to buy these two books I want, and that makes me sad :(
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I NEED MONEY FOR BOOOOOOOKSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!
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#tmr #themazerunner #jamesdashner #thomas #minho #newt #gally #chuck #alby #teresa #dylanobrien #thomassangster #willpoulter #kayascodelario #kihonglee #glade #gladers #runners #griever #grievers #wckd #wckdisgood
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6min kcm_edits
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kcm_edits I mean who does not love Thomas and Newt! ~kinsey~
#maze runner #newt #thomas #gally #glade #runners #notverygoodedit
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christianliriano Aprovechando el 26/Enero/2015:
14K #running en el día de Juan Pablo Duarte. Viva La República Dominicana!!!
Sequenced pics.... WARM UP BEFORE A RUN; STRETCH AND FOAM-ROLL AFTER
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The repetitive motion of running tightens muscles, increasing your injury risk. Dynamic stretches before a run prep your body for more intense activities. Afterward, static stretching can return your muscles to their prerun length, even if you don’t actually gain flexibility.
And foam rolling–either immediately postrun or later in the day–loosens tissue in ways that stretching alone can’t.

Do a 10- to 15-minute warmup routine: Start with leg swings (first front to back, then side to side), then walk, march, and skip before you finally run. Postrun, stretch your hip flexors and hamstrings (which tighten during running and sitting), calves (to prevent Achilles tendinitis and plantar fasciitis), and your chest and shoulders. “We don’t think about using our arms during our run, but they can also get very tight,” Mayer says. Foam-roll any area that still feels tight, holding for a few seconds on tender points to help release them.

#PuntaCanaMarathon @runnersliferd @worldraceday #instarunners #RunnersCommunity #igrunner @runnerspace #runnershigh #runchi #instarunners #runners #fitfam #fitness #Fitforlife #fitnessaddict #fitnessmotivation #picoftheday #noexcuses #trainhard #lifestyle #getfit  #instafit
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