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RUN, RECOVER, REPEAT

FIRST, A MASSAGE…

Freeman begins his recovery process with a massage on Monday morning. The goal: to keep his hips loose, as they’re key to his explosive change-of-direction ability. Forty-five muscle groups attach to your pelvis. Just one tight muscle can throw off your pelvic alignment, subtly changing the way you walk—or in Freeman’s case,

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