Blogs about Warm-Up

Good Saturday!

Been working on nutrition. Going on all natural foods very minimal processed foods. My light bulb is my current pregnancy.

Presenter at 26th International Health & Fitness Congress

Saturday, April 1, 2017, 1:20pm - 2:20pmWorkshop - Dynamic Warm-up: From Theory Into PracticeThessaloniki, Greecehttps://www.grafts.gr/el/grafts-hellas/sinedria/international-health-fitness-congress/eisigites.html

How and Why to Warm Up

Many people don't warm up--or don't warm up thoroughly--before exercise.  I think a part of the reason why is that they don't understand why you do it.  Today I'm going to talk about how and why to warm up. A number of things happen when you warm up: Joints move through a full range of motion.

Life Mastery: You CAN do ANYTHING!

This six-minute video below was my first Toastmasters speech I gave last week, so I wanted to share the last time I practiced before presenting.

12 Surprising Tricks To Make Your Workouts More Effective

There’s nothing worse than walking out of the gym thinking welp, that was an hour of Netflix time I’ll never get back. Sure, there’s no such thing as a bad workout, but there is such thing as a great one. The good news? Every workout can feel extra satisfying with a few clever tweaks to make your gym session work harder for you. 

Flexibility like a Contortonist

Just like in the story of Goldilocks and the 3 bears.

Muscle Soreness Recovery

Introduction

THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR EXERCISE ROUTINE IS..........

i'm not going to leave you in suspense. It's the warm up. It's often the most neglected part of anybody's training routine.  The purpose of the warm up is too take the blood which is surrounding your vital organs and push it to your extremities, being your arms and legs. No 5 minutes on the treadmill doesn't count.  Another purpose of the warm is too strengthen our weakness/muscle imbalances.

Love, Music of the 1960s, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

Pssst! Hey, It's Your Warm-up...I Miss You!

Warm-ups and cool downs…the forgotten siblings of your workout. I’ve seen it before, a person flexes their neck side to side, maybe a toe touch or two and a couple hops up and down for a total of 20 seconds and they think they are ready for their workout. If you want to do it right and remain injury free you really should devote more time to the warm-up and cool down phase of your training.