These Stretches are from this morning!
Stretching is highly encouraged before and after exercise!
Get this, WARM UP-before exercising it’s a great idea to get your body warmed up before you actually Hit Those HIIT WORKOUTS 😉
By warming up your getting your body more relaxed and ready to dig in deeper into your workout! A great way to get Your Heart Rate Pumping before workouts too! (Simple do some jumping jacks before your actual workout, jog in place for about two minutes, their are varieties of ways to warm up, it can even be going for a walk or bike ride)
COOL DOWN—VERY IMPORTANT to Coold Down from a workout! Especially if your heart rate is escalated from your workout, do stretches and continue doing breathing techniques that will help your heart rate go down a few notches and Your literally cooling down your body temperature!! Take it from my post workout pics from earlier when my face was red and hot 🥵
These are some of my favorite stretches that I’m sharing with you!
Helping align my spine, stretching butt areas and hamstrings, stretching pelvis hip bone ITS FEEELS AMAAAAZING!!!!!! Hopefully I gave you some good tips 😏
Put em to work!!! #stretchmarks#stretch#busymomgetsfit#plankchallenge#busymomgetsfit#busytoddler#warmupexercise#cooldownstretch#latinamom#nutrition#fitnessmotivation#healthfreak
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1 355 hours ago
If you have a hard time getting your elbows up enough to properly front squat try this stretch. Take a light KB 26lbs or under and hold for 20 deep diaphragmatic breaths allowing the KB to fall further down your back with each exhale. Compare to other elbow after.
1 205 hours ago
Unilateral shoulder work is important for shoulder joint health. The difficult nature of the exercise forces your rotator cuffs to work hard in order to balance the kettlebell.
Include this in your workout and avoid unnecessary shoulder and neck injuries.
2 148 hours ago
This is an exercise that should fire your leg muscles up. Obviously try this only if you feel able to proceed.
I do this exercise as part of a warm-up. I am using a soft balance pad to protect my knee, but you could use a rolled up mat instead.
Start tall kneeling with with one knee bent in front and the other bent in back (both knees should be in a 90 degree bend roughly at the start), engage your abdominals and then rise up just a little and hold. I activate the posterior chain muscles of my back leg. I hold it for roughly 10 seconds then switch which leg is now in front then repeat.
My back leg especially is trembling. And yes I have not taken the plastic wrapper off of my foam pad because I know as soon as I do it will be covered in dog hair. 🤣
Headaches? Tension? Tired? Hit the gym (or stay home! Wherever you feel comfortable) and STRETCH. STRETCH. STRETCH! Try some yoga on YouTube or create your own stretching routine.——-
Make sure you stretch out but give yourself a few minutes to warm up first. Allow yourself some time to get in a zone and do what you need to do to get rid of your headache. What I personally do is get warmed up maybe try the sauna if your gym has one instead of jumping around and getting that headache worse. After you’re warmed up stretch. Sit criss cross and do neck circles, arm circles then put your legs stretched out in front if you and repeat the same stretch’s. Put one leg out in front do you cross the other leg over and twist repeat in both sides. Stand up and touch your toes. Hold each exercise for 30seconds minimum! ———-
If your headache doesn’t subside by stretching don’t push it. Listen to your body and stop! Give yourself a day off until your body gives you the go ahead to get back on track.
Four great warm up tracks!
Today’s we used World Demands it, it’s a great piece to have in the background while the actors warm up their body, ready to start text work and bring their mind to the rehearsal space. #theatrecompany#manchester#warmupexercise#mindandbody
These are some of our favourite closed chain shoulder stability exercises that would work great included in a warm up before your workout! 🏋️♂️ In no way is the form shown perfect, and so I should definitely be doing these exercises myself (but none of us are perfect hey?!) —
1. Bear position shoulder seats
2. Plank position shoulder sways
3. Plank position shoulder taps
4. Yoga press up position knee taps
⚠️ these are just a suggestion of some exercises, if you need more advice please seek professional help- we can offer individualised programmes. —
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Today I have something different for you. Do you warm up your joints enough before squats and leg workout? Here are few moves you can do to warm up to prevent injuries while squatting. Take care 😎
P.S. Sorry for the lighting 🙏
5 2906:35 PM May 31, 2018
Tuesdays Tips: Don't Skip YOUR Warm Up
Got 2 Minutes? Then YOU Can Warm Up✔
More Is Not Better ❎
Better Is Better ✔
Train Smarter 💡
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The 2 minute Warm-Up⌚️
📝 Do this 4 times in 2 minutes and tell me you’re not ready to go!
⏰Throwback to one of my favorite warm up flow videos from last year💡...keep in mind these movements can also be used for a variety of other training goals as well. They aren't just for warming up.
1️⃣Shoulder taps: shoulder and core training with a focus on stability.
2️⃣Opposite toe touch: hamstring and calf stretching with closed chain scapular upward rotation and single arm stability.
3️⃣Tactical roll: shoulder mobility with a focus on coordination and stability as well.
4️⃣Alternating lift offs: focus on core training and again shoulder stability as well.
Get creative and put these movements to use in your training. Ground based stability movements are always going to be important, as they are core intensive, great for the shoulders, and teach us to create the rigidity required for high power movement.
My go-to treadmill warmup 🏃🏻♀️💦 With colder weather my muscles get extra tight (particularly my hips) so ive been spending more time warming up. This one actually gets me amped to workout-
I did a 7 incline here:
1. 30 side shuffles @ 4mph
2. 30 steps back pedaling @ 4mph
3. 30 side shuffles on the other side @ 4mph
4. 30 steps run/sprint @ 11mph
30 seconds recovery walking forward. Repeat for 5 total rounds! ———————————————————
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