How To Warm Up For Strength Training In Collaboration With The Sports Edit
May 24, 2019
“If you have no time to warm up, then you have no time to train”.
Think you just need to do a few reps with an empty bar before strength training? Warming up fully will help get your muscles loose, active, and warm, which will in turn improve circulation and muscle function. It’ll activate your Central Nervous System so you can give your very best effort for each lift and increase flexibility in your muscles and joints, ensuring your form stays proper and you are resilient to injury.
I’ve teamed up with The Sports Edit to bring you a guide to warming up fully before you strength train, so follow these steps to get warm, help stay injury-free and train to your maximum potential.
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Start with 2-5 minutes of cardio
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