warm-up exercises

warm-up exercises

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warm-ups

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(General Sporting Terms) sport preparatory exercises done to warm up the muscles
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The patients really enjoyed singing Christmas songs after some fun warm-up exercises.
5 (May 2000): 2864; Rochelle Milbrath and Nancy Solomon, "Do Vocal Warm-up Exercises Alleviate Vocal Fatigue?" Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 46, no.
Most of the warm-up exercises are good and are similar to exercises that have been featured in other books.
(1995) The influence of stretching and warm-up exercises on achilles tendon reflex activity.
Keep track of how long the routine takes to complete, including appropriate rest and any pre warm-up exercises such as breathing or mouthpiece buzzing.
The program of aerobic and calisthenic exercise aimed for 75%-80% of maximal heart rate according to the Karvonen method and consisted of 10 minutes of warm-up exercises; 40 minutes of aerobics; 15 minutes of exercise targeting the abdomen, hip, and leg muscles; and 5 minutes for cool-down and stretching.
175 Theatre Games: Warm-Up Exercises for Actors offers nearly 200 games divided into 12 categories for performers of all ages, covering everything from improvisation and clowning to pantomime, name games, stage movement and more.
"This shows that warm-up exercises that enhance flexibility, balance and strength can double as injury prevention programs by successfully modifying players' movements," he added.
To determine the right warm-up exercises for canine athletes, think about the work they'll be doing.
Start off by using warm-up exercises and do little exercises on a regular basis.
Hennig: The Influences of Stretching and Warm-Up Exercises on Achilles Tendon Reflex Activity, J.
THOSE gentle warm-up exercises you do in the gym not only prevent muscle injury, they may also help to stop migraine headaches.