Triathlon and Running Warm Up Drills with Pete Jacobs

A good warm up is important as it opens up the pathways between your brain and muscles, helping them to activate correctly.

It also helps get those balancing and control muscles functioning which will make your running more efficient.

It only takes 5 minutes of drills after a light warm up jog to get all these great benefits.

Dr Brendan O’Louglin details this great warm up drill as demonstrated by professional triathlete and 2012 Hawaii Ironman World Champion Pete Jacobs.

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