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Old 04-15-2010, 06:16 AM
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Well in my opinion running on trademill or cardio before working out is a good warmup.
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it is very difficult to do some exercises without warming up
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Running on a treadmill may warm up your body in the sense that it gets the blood flowing around ... but it will *not* prepare you for heavy weight exercises. Warming up for a heavy weights requires ... well, weights!

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Old 01-25-2011, 10:14 PM
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I never warm up before the body building exercise,thats whay
could not done properly. as your recomndation, i shall
foolow the rule to warming up.
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good warm up technique, thanks for posting this info
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Yeah, super helpful stuff thanks!
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I definitely learned a couple things from reading this article. Thank you.
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very helpful thanks
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seems like some good advice!
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Do not pyramid unnecessarily.
Darkhorse you make such a good point here- so many people spend so much time lifting weight that they've been able to lift for years. Do a decent warmup to avoid injury and help blood flow and then crank that weight up! The final set should be the heaviest...don't come back down or it wastes time!
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