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Why Warm up before Exercise ?

The warm-up ought to be the main thing you do when venturing into the exercise center, getting prepared for a run or playing an impromptu game of ball at the nearby stop. By taking 10 to 15 minutes to just warm up before work out, you will have the capacity to perform better and decrease the probability of damage.

These blood-pumping techniques will help you have your best sweat yet.

Disregard Static Stretching

Recollect center school P.E. class. Keep in mind how the rec center instructor would make everybody finish a progression of extends before you could go play kickball?

While touching your toes and different sorts of static extends are awesome for expanding an individual’s scope of movement, it is not perfect for preparing the body for physical action and ought to be finished either as a chill off post-workout or amid the day as its own particular action.

Research shows that by incorporating a dynamic warm-up into your pre-workout routine, you are able to work out harder, feel better and reduce your likelihood of injury.

By warming up, we are telling our bodies, “Ok, it’s time to get moving,” which helps our muscles and cardiovascular system prepare for high levels of effort.

# How to Warm Up

You always want to start the warm-up slowly with a few in-place, dynamic movements (i.e. knee hugs) and gradually move towards a higher-effort movement at the end of the warm-up (i.e. high knees for 10 yards).

To ensure a successful warm-up, do these three things:

  1. Elevate Your Heart Rate: By starting out slow, you are giving your body the chance to gradually raise your heart rate over the 10 to 15-minute time period prior to exercise.
  2. Increase Blood Flow: During exercise, blood carries oxygen to the working muscles while also transferring byproducts away. With your warm-up, you are turning on some of these shuttle systems before you really stress them during the workout
  3. Use Similar Movements: The primary goal of the warm-up is to prep the body for the activity you are planning to do. Therefore, include movements that closelyresemble your workout for the day. This may include knee hugs, hip hugs and leg kicks if you are planning on doing squats in the workout.

As long as you meet those three goals during your warm-up, your body will be ready for the training session. Remember to start out slow and gradually pick up the pace until your heart rate has elevated slightly, your blood flow has increased and your limbs are loose.

Now you’re ready for an incredible workout.