warm-up

A good warmup can improve your performance, but a bad one can make your it much worse. A recent study asks whether PNF stretching is a good idea before exercise.
This sequence was designed to wake up the body from a night's rest by warming up the major muscles and joints, which makes it an excellent tool to warm up for lifting or yoga.
In a recent study, researchers asked how cold temperatures and long pauses between your warmup and workout affect performance.
If you’re in this fitness thing for the long haul you need to smarten up or you’re going to spend the next 40 years telling everyone about how you can’t do X or Y because of (insert body part here).
Do guys just shadow box to try to look cool? No, there's a real purpose and a practice to it, and you can see it echoed in all other sports as well.
Science takes a look at the best way to warm up in regards to strength training. How long and how hard should your warm up be for you to be the strongest in your training?
We all have pre-workout rituals and habitual warm-ups, but do they work? And if so, why? Researchers took a look at certain warm-ups to determine what they do and why they make a difference.
Does adding functional core exercises to your warm-up help your performance? Turns out it probably doesn't! Recent scientific research looked at what makes a good warm-up.
Looking for a different and more mellow way of warming up your body for your workout? Sitting at your desk and feeling groggy?
Looking for a new and interesting way to get your abdominal muscles warmed up before a workout or before BJJ/MMA training? Check out this kimura warm-up drill.
The foot jab, or teep, is a fundamental movement in Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing). Here is a quick breakdown of the technique. This is a great kick to use in your workouts or in a warm up.
Sometimes people are nervous to try shadowboxing for warm up because they are afraid they don't know how. In this video, coach Traver Boehm walks us through a great shadowboxing routine.