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What is Warm-up?  Warm is a pre-workout before the gym, running, yoga or any physical activity that you can do. Why warm up essential for your body because, during warm-up, your body becomes heated, due to which your body becomes loosened. Due to the losses body, your mind should be prepared for action. But there are some points that you avoid.



Need to know about Warm-up

When it comes to strength training and various types of sports, the coach often thinks of his warmth as the preparation of training - such as foam rolling and agitation exercises to combine gear. Enter dynamic warmth.


We perform better to avoid injuries after warmth and work better than those who promote its name: warm us. And while a marathon is not as hot as a powerlifter (similarly an opera singer does not warm like a modern dancer), there may be some similarities.

For the people who perform endurance routine,  one of the research shows that the people who do a warm-up before their exercise can improve performance. Some Coaches also recommend performing some short intervals of planned practice at low intensity. 

To stretch the static, leave it to cool. Several studies have shown that it can obstruct performance and increase the risk of injury

1. Loose.

For exercising with mobility movements, warm your joints, muscles and prepare your body. If you have one, there is still a good time for foam rolling. Start by moving your back, then press each part of the feet, glutes, and hip flexes.

2. Get your heart pumping.

An increased heart pouch warms your muscles and switches on your nervous system. Ride a bike on a jog, gradually line, or lower resistance. After doing warm-up you will be interacting with your workout buddy 

3. Do some dynamic stretch.

Extend your hot muscles, but do not hold it. Remember: Stable stability during warmth can actually hinder your performance. Instead, drag the dynamic, which involves continuous moving through a series of movements. For example, you can make big arms in both directions, bring your feet forward, or just touch your toes and then reach the sky. The key is not to hold in any position.

4. Practice.

Proceed through planned exercises for that day's workout on low intensity. Is a long, tough run forward? Get warm with some technique exercises. Back Squats? Start with a bodyweight squat or start by holding the empty strip. when you practice again and again this patterns teaches your muscle memory  and continues to prepare your body for action.














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