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Severe weather conditions and motorway delays weren’t enough to stop Falkirk captain David McCracken getting some training done this morning.

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The 35-year-old decided to make the most of a tricky situation, and got out of his car to do some stretches right out there amongst the held up traffic.

MCracken was stuck on the M80, which connects Stirling, Cumbernauld and Glasgow, and which was shut in both directions on Thursday morning due to snow and and extreme weather conditions making it unsafe to drive.

David McCracken trained alongside some cars in the snow (Picture: Instagram)

‘”Use your time effectively” So stuck in a massive jam on way to training, rather than just sit why not get out and get some glute work done,’ he wrote alongside his video on Instagram.

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The road was reportedly shut until 11am, according to the Independent, meaning McCracken could not attend his club’s morning training session.

Strong winds of up to 94mph have been recorded up and down the country today as Stom Doris sweeps across the UK.

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