How to Do the Perfect Running Cool-Down

During a run, your body uses a variety of systems to provide the crucial mix of blood and oxygen necessary to get your body moving.  

If you stop suddenly, blood pools in your legs and feet, and you might experience dizziness as a result. It’s also possible for waste, like lactic acid, to buildup in your muscles. The best way to avoid all this is by taking the time to do a structured cool-down after your run.

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