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Prep Your Legs for Winter

Source: NEW BALANCE SHIRT, C9 CHAMPION SHORTS, ASICS SHOES, LOCATION INTREPID GYM, HOBOKEN, NJ

The combo of snow, ice, and gravity make winter sports thrilling—and demand more from your body than just raw strength. “In slippery, steep, wild terrain, you must be prepared to accelerate and decelerate against a variety of forces,” says Eric Dannenberg, C.S.C.S., of Exos, a gym that attracts adventure athletes. That calls for more than squats. Dannenberg’s plan

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