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Warm up manual by Joaquin L. Per 1
Transcript of Warm up manual by Joaquin L. Per 1
and warming Up Benefits
Improves coordination. What is a Dynamic Stretch Dynamic stretching is a form of stretching beneficial in sports utilizing momentum from form, static-active stretching strength and the momentum from static-active stretching strength, in an effort to propel the muscle into an extended range of motion not exceeding one's static-passive stretching ability. Why do we Warm up, stretch and cool down? Warm up
The main purpose of warming up is to increase your heart rate slightly so it will be safe for you to exercise.
After you've reached and maintained your training heart rate level in the aerobic portion of your class, it is important to recover gently.
Not only does stretching increase the range of motion for someone lifting weights while they're doing it, it also helps to increase range of motion and flexibility in general. This then means that you will be more likely to perform things such as the splits or high kicks. Stretching Warming Up Improves Elasticity
More Muscle Control
Improves Circulation Cooling Down Brings the heart rate back down
Allows body temperature to normalize.
Allows normal breathing pattern to return. S.S Y.O.L.O. Consequences if not done Properly If you don't follow this manual, the whole world will fall apart. If you don't trust me look at the future.
Low Oxygen Supply
Chances of Dizziness Stretching
Chance of Injury
Poor coordination. Cooling Down Fainting
Irregular Heartbeats 5 Best Upper Body Dynamic stretches Side Bends obliques
lower and upper abs
back muscles Arm Circles shoulder muscles Superman Abs Trunk Twists back muscles
abs Crossovers Biceps
Triceps Upper Body Dynamic stretches Lower Back Stretch Lower back Muscles Full Body Stretch Every Muscles in your body Arms Behind Back Reach Shoulder Muscles Head Tilt Forward Neck Muscles Head Tilt Sideways Neck Muscles 5 Best Lower Body Dynamic stretches Calf Stretch Calf Muscles Hamstring Stretch Hamstrings
Calf muscles Ankle Stretch Leg muscles
Back muscles Hip Sideways Hip muscles
Back muscles Butterfly inner thigh muscles Lower Body Dynamic stretches Toe touches Back muscles
Calf muscles Side Stretch to Ankles Back muscles
Buttocks Knee Hold Hip muscles Flamingo Quadriceps Hamstring Stretch Low Hamstring muscle
Calf muscle Mush! I say Mush! Daddy, can we get a reindeer? This has been a Prezintation by....
Joaquin L. Darth Vader Angry Birds Batman Dino Work Cited "Stretch Exercises for the Upper Body." Stretch Exercises. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2013.
"Stretch Exercises for the Lower Body." Stretch Exercises. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2013.
"Illustrated Upper Body Stretches." - Biceps, Triceps, Shoulders, Neck and More. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2013.
"Upper Body Dynamic Stretches." LIVESTRONG.COM. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2013. Click the arrow Y.O.L.O Swagger Joaquin If you want to know how to do these stretches . Look at the pictures . If you want to know how to do these stretches . Look at the pictures . If you want to know how to do these stretches . Look at the pictures . If you want to know how to do these stretches . Look at the pictures . You see NOTHING!!!