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Athletes warm up to ensure their joints are flexible. Flexible joints are A. important so you can run faster or reach farther. B. important to prevent athletic injury. C. only a
concern for cross-training athletes. D. naturally occurring as you move further into your fitness program.
Muscular flexibility is important because if you stretch you muscles,as an athlete, you will be able to run faster jump higher and such, and as of joint stababilty, [ you need good joint stability so if you move in an unorthodox way your joints will not roll or turn or event shatter ]
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