Hey there, I am new to writing on the forum, but since I totally fell in love with the Uphill Athlete book, I want to get deeper and deeper into the topic and the community.
I was wondering if anybody of you had something like a daily 5- or 10-min routine for injury prevention which he does instead of the normal approach of going to the gym 2-3 times a week doing regular strength training?
I was thinking of introducing something like a short little circuit workout including the following exercises I simply go through once every day:
Glute Bridges, Bulgarian Split Squats, Toes-to-heel Raises, Lunges, elevated Calf Raises, Step-Ups and Quarter Squats
I know these are a ton of exercises, but the idea would be to do only 1-2 sets of each with staying away from muscle failure and keeping an eye on good form and proper muscle activation.
Do you think this would have any advantage, other than being very simplistic and easy to incorporate into a day-to-day routine, over the regular gym strength training?