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Warm Up Exercises – Simple Ways To Warm Up
Warming up before playing any sport or going through any kind of workout is very important. Aside from the fact that it loosens your tense muscles, ligaments, and tendons in order to reduce your risk of injury, it also helps you mentally prepare for the activity, boosts your immune system, and ensures that your burn the most energy and calories.
There are many warm up exercises that are available, some depending on the sport that you will play. But if you are not too focused on a routine that is particular to the strenuous activity you are going to do, there are several basic, yet complete, ones that you can do. The succeeding paragraphs will give you some of these said routines.
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Allen, 43, first met the football player in Virginia when he was coaching him in high school (“I've known him when I used to be taller than him,” he joked during a phone interview the day before), and has been Chancellor's trainer throughout his pro …
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Warm Up Before Working Up
Because exercise is good for the health, many people are involved in working out in their daily life. Before exercise, warming up is required to avoid injury and other risks. However, there are some people always ignore the warming up stage. Maybe they do not know the importance of warming up, so we will discuss this subject in this article.
Why should you warm up before exercise?
Once a person starting doing exercise, there are some changes occur inside his or here body, such as blood flow, respiratory rate, the amount of oxygen and nutrient delivered to the cells increase. The increase should go up with a steady pace to prepare the body for the physical stress which workout will cause. If one ignore this stage before working out, the body will not function that efficiently and the results of the workout will be poor.
Warming up prepares mental awareness, alertness, and nervous system for the exercise.
Warming up helps loosen up muscle and joints so that one is less likely to get injured.
Warming up increase the fluid that is located in the joints, decrease the chance for wear and tear of the muscles.
Warming up prepares the heart for pumping up enough blood into muscles while doing exercising.
Warming up is very important for older women and men, because these people have weaker hearts, their joints have less fluid, they have less supple tissues. For older people, one of the bad risks that exercise without warming up can cause is heart attack.
Meet St. John's amazing basketball 'mancer'
As the St. John's and Georgetown basketball teams started their pregame warm-ups at Madison Square Garden in late February, an athletic 20-year-old with a high-top fade and red shirt emblazoned with SJ stepped onto the historic floor. A group of dudes …
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