RAMP up your warm up to boost your results!

Thursday, January 19, 2017. Author Paul Rose

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In commercial gyms everywhere, warming up comprises of little more than devoting ten to fifteen minutes on a treadmill, stair climber, cross-trainer or stationary bike. Although this approach will no doubt serve the purpose of warming you up, it misses an ideal opportunity to make much use of that time at the start of each session to improve fundamental areas of your fitness.

I know ten to fifteen minutes does not sound like a lot of time to utilize well, but when you do this every session, every week, it accumulates to a lot of training time. Wouldn’t it be better to try a warm up routine that not only improves your performance in the subsequent workout but also helps maximize movement efficiency and effectiveness for more long-term benefits?

An effective warm-up should set the tempo for what follows in the workout or practice both physically and mentally!

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