Coach Joey Woody of the Iowa Hawkeyes talks us through how to properly warm up for practice.  With properly warming comes less injuries, and better workouts. Coach Woody talks about hip mobility, hurdle mobility, dynamic drills and more in an eight part series. 

The first part of any high quality-training program is the warm up, Coach Woody has developed a program that any athlete can use to start practice the right way and be ready for the workload of the training session.  With over 50 exercises to choose from, you will never need another warm up video series again. In addition, sample warm up protocol and instruction on how to best use the exercises with different event groups is also included. Every athlete in every sport needs a proper warm up, use this unique series from Digital Track and Field and start every practice the right way.

Chapter 1: Sprints Warm Up
1 Ankle Series 01:54
2 Dynamic Drills 04:40
3 General 01:47
4 Active Stretch Series 08:31
5 Hip Mobility Series 04:37
6 Hurdle Mobility Series 05:48
7 Quadraped Series 01:21
8 Squat Lunge Series 05:45

DigitalTrackandField Scott Cappos Founder of Digital Track & Field

Coaching the sprints and hurdles at University of Iowa to 10 Big Ten Championships and 33 All-American honors recently, Coach Woody has made his mark on the Iowa Hawkeye Track and Field team.  Capturing titles and competing for All-American awards has been a strong tradition at Iowa in the sprints and hurdles, however,  Coach Woody stepped up the level of the program with his success. In addition, Coach Woody has been an instructor for USTFCCCA coaching education programs and has spoken at numerous clinics around the country to rave reviews and is seen as one of the leading experts in the sport.

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