What are the best warm-up moves for a cold morning run?

Kathrena N.
I feel that jumping jacks, knee ups, and toe touches are good ways to get your body ready for a run on a cold morning. You use your whole body to do jumping jacks and preparing your legs for the run helps a lot especially when it's cold.
Andrea O.
The one minute “just get moving” exercise in the fabulous app is perfect! Jumping jacks, high knees running in place, and pushups.