Here’s a little video of a warm up I’ve created using a 10 pound med ball. Step 1. Moderate intensity! 20 Rotations clockwise and counterclockwise around the torso. This creates blood flow throughout my traps, lats, deltoids and biceps. Getting me warm and ready for the upper body work I have lined up. Step 2. 20 reps. Up the intensity but STAY in control. Toss the ball up slightly and time the catch, where catching the ball with fingertips, get those fingers open! this is for my athletes i’m looking to increase my hand eye coordination while strengthening hands, one finger at a time. Step 3. Full intensity! Rapid Fire! 20 reps. Alternating your hands back and forth while catching the ball between your legs, you want those hands to move as fast as possible, ideally catching the ball with your fingertips. Remember it’s just the warm up! Let’s be great!
Before going for a run, you should warm up to avoid pulling a muscle or other problems. Stretch your muscles, walk a little, and always remember to start running from a slow to high pace. Avoid running too fast in the beginning and warm up beforehand to make the most of your workout.
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