due to not <having><being> warmed up


Senior Member
"He was injured due to not ___ up properly before the match."

to warmed
being warming
having warmed

I can't decide whether the second or the third option is correct in this sentence. What would you pick?
  • Aelli

    Senior Member
    With multiple choice test questions we always ask you to tell us first which option you think is correct.
    I already mentioned that I'm torn between the second and the third options. But if I had to choose one, then... "having warmed"? I'm not sure, it sounds a little weird for me in this context.


    Senior Member
    USA, English
    "Having warmed up" is the "correct" answer in grammatical sense. I am not certain that the physiology is correct however.
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