limber up

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limber someone or something up

to make someone or something more flexible or loose. Let me give you a massage; that will limber you up. I need to limber up my arms.
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Let's limber up for the Giants-Ravens Super Bowl, one long week from today in Tampa Bay, with a jog down memory lane to the NFL's only truly great championship game in the past decade.
I've sent Mousse a copy of Runners' World, to help him limber up for the event.
For those players who want the day to limber up for the main event, which starts at 7:30 p.
TOTS will be able to limber up and learn the tricks of the ancient art of yoga while their parents shop.
Fans can go along and watch for free as the stars limber up for their big fights next month.
UP TO 1,000 husky dogs were expected to limber up today before an annual dog race - the largest of its kind in the UK.
l Limber up - you need to be supple to pull off all those trademark shuffles and crouches.