warm-down


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warm-down

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(Individual Sports, other than specified) light exercises performed to aid recovery from strenuous physical activity
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warm-down

[ˈwɔːmdaʊn] Nejercicios mpl suaves de recuperación (tras un esfuerzo)
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Riviere was sent home by Osasuna without taking part in their final training session of the season yesterday - a warm-down and de-brief that followed their disastrous relegation from La Liga.
He hurt himself in the warm-down following a match in which he didn't play.
Townsend, 24, has not played since a bust-up with fitness coach Nathan Gardiner during the warm-down after the win over Aston Villa a month ago.
The 24-year-old winger (above), who could move for round PS8million, clashed with Gardiner during the warm-down after Spurs' 3-1 victory over Aston Villa on Monday and was dropped from the squad for the Europa League battle with Anderlecht on Thursday.
REGENERATION -A growing buzzword, that token 60-second warm-down won't cut it in 2015; anybody worth their moisturewicking threads knows that helping those muscles heal is just as vital as how many reps you managed.
We did a training session where the players who didn't play on Saturday (against Honduras) trained, and some of the others did a warm-down session," he said.
On Monday, we did a training session, which was more of a warm-down for the players who had played (against Honduras in story P62-Miami) on Saturday, while I worked with the nine players who hadn't played.
We did a training session (yesterday) where the players who didn't play on Saturday (against Honduras) trained, and some of the others did a warm-down session," he said.
In 'The Workout', Kelly Brook and Flavia Cacace give you step-by-step instruction on the Salsa, Jive, Quick Step and Tango, along with warm-up and warm-down routines.
The Horn Call received the horn version of Book 1 which consists of eleven different but basic exercises emphasizing fundamentals of playing, including long tones, flow, slurring, articulation, accuracy, major scales, chromatics, range building, and even a warm-down for the end of the session.
A much-changed side went into the FA Cup final warm-down with an outside chance of catching Spurs in fourth but the defeat consigned them to sixth spot.
AN INJURY-prone footballer faces more time on the sidelines after suffering a freak accident - in a warm-down to a match he had not even played in.