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Dynamic Warm Up Exercises

What is Dynamic Warm Up There are two basic warm-up styles dynamic and static. For action sports, training and competition, the best approach is dynamic. That's because static warm ups (hold a position for an extended period of time) are better for building flexibility and actually impair the body for the short term. Static warm ups do benefit the body, but that benefit doesn't start to appear until over an hour after the static stretching has occurred. That means static warming up is no good for an exercise or competition you are going to perform right now. Dynamic warming up, however, is best for a fast turn around in benefits. Dynamic warm ups gets your body ready to go hard right away. Dynamic warm ups involve movement and are compound in nature. That is, you use a lot of different muscle groups. Many involve the entire body. For a bodybuilder, you at least want to target the general area that you will be using in the workout. And it is better to default to using the entire body in the warm up, such as running. Dynamic warm ups can include moving the body in the same way you will in the workout. For instance, some push ups will get the body ready for the bench press. Body weight only squats will get the body ready for weighed squats. Here are some exercises for dynamic warm up you can use: Skipping Body weight squatting Windmill Jumping jacks Push ups Knee high running Bounding Backpedaling And more. Basically you want to get the blood flowing and going, raising the body temperature a bit so that your body will be ready to go for the real heavy stuff. And you want to do this directly before your working sets. Submit A Fitness Tip If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
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