warm-ups


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warm-up

or warm·up (wôrm′ŭp′)
n.
1.
a. The act or procedure of warming up, especially in preparation for an athletic event.
b. A period spent in warming up.
c. warm-ups The exercises or activities used for warming up.
2. warmups Clothing, such as a sweatsuit, designed to be worn before or after participation in an athletic event.
Translations

warm-ups

pl (US) → Trainingsanzug m
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It is the general thinking that warm-ups are not as important as regular exercise but they are necessary.
When singers question me as to the value of warm-ups, I remind them that singing is athletic as well as artistic, and that an athlete always engages in physical preparation.
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And so I'm not sure I agree with the extent of warm-ups I see some teams doing these days.
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Sri Lanka's batsmen like to keep the ball on the deck, hitting 32 and 26 fours in their two warm-ups, but both sides could contribute heavily at a ground where Australia scored 136 of their 259 runs against the West Indies in boundary fours last weekend.
I went to an ACC track meet in the indoor season, and here comes in warm-ups my daughter in a pair of compression socks.
We have a pretty clear plan about selection for warm-ups and I don't think that will have changed after Sunday's result," he said.
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