Warm Up Exercises
This video contains the following warmup exercises:
- Seated Bike
- High Knees
- Arm Swings
- Large Arm Swings
- Jumping Jacks
7 Benefits of Warming Up – Why You You Should Warm Up Before Any Exercise
A warm up prepares us physically in addition to emotionally for the workout we’ll do, and becomes especially significant when we perform more extreme exercise sessions.
A suitable warm up should call for light aerobic work which places your important joints including knees, hips, your shoulders and back through their range of movement. If you’re tempted to jump your warm up and delve right into the work out that is actual – think!
A warm up is significant because it:
- Raise body temperature.
- Improves the flow of blood to the muscles.
- Improves the flow of blood to the heart.
- Enhances contractibility of muscles. A warm muscle will be supple and more elastic, which helps it to be more efficient.
- Fosters nerve transmission. Your nerve-muscle coordination will enhance, that will mean better operation of specific motor movements.
- A steady warm up will give time to satisfy the requirements of your work out to your heart, lungs and blood vessels. As your body fights to match the physiological demands put upon it, without it you can immediately experience shortness of breath, distress and exhaustion.
- Supports successful oxygen uptake. Warmer temperatures in the muscle support the chemical mixture of blood and oxygen to break down, freeing the oxygen to be used by the muscle to generate energy that is essential.
So you will save yourself from lots of unnecessary harms. The next time before you work out, warm up first and appreciate a far better work out session.