According to famous fitness gurus, there are 5 warm-up blunders that are silently damaging your exercise 

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    Consider all of your warm-up questions answered based on the time required to tune your body to the desired intensity.

    We all make pre-workout warm-up blunders, but in an ideal world, we wouldn’t. A muscle is frequently compared to a vehicle in the fitness world—it has to warm up before it can start. While you may be diligent with your stretches, a variety of warm-up missteps may be preventing you from reaching your best potential at the gym. Praveen and Maahek Nair, celebrity fitness trainers, concur, “Warming up before any physical activity is necessary to prepare mentally and physically for the activity. Warming up raises your heart rate, which boosts blood flow and allows more oxygen to reach your muscles. Fast-paced walking, spot jogging, fast-paced side-stepping, arm swings, lunges, and squats are all examples.” 

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    Warm-up blunders to avoid in your next session – 

    If you want to optimise the effectiveness of your workouts, keep an eye out for the following typical blunders that detract from your results: 

    Not spending enough time warming up

    Because it takes a certain amount of time for the tissues to get the blood flowing, ensuring that the warm-up lasts long enough plays a big part in maintaining smooth mobility once you begin exercising. Warm-ups should, on average, last for at least 10 minutes and consist of low-to-moderate activity. 

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    Performing a vigorous warm-up

    Warming up should guarantee that you obtain complete circulation of blood without becoming exhausted because the purpose of warming up is to increase the muscle quality. You should ideally be able to preserve energy for the main workout. 

    Constantly performing the same stretches

    A good warm-up should involve a variety of dynamic actions that are designed specifically for the activity. It is best to begin by warming up the entire body before moving on to the muscle groups that will be targeted in the main workout.

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    Warming up only particular regions of the body 

    Certain body components must be activated before beginning an exercise, yet the body acts as a whole. A thorough warm-up from head to toe improves muscular suppleness, which helps keep injuries at bay when working out, while also rising body temperature, which increases oxygen flow to your muscles and allows you to do demanding actions with ease. 

    Avoiding the warm-up 

    As tempting as it may sound to avoid warm-up totally on hectic mornings in the AM, doing so is an invitation to injury. You may relax your tissues and get them to behave optimally during the workout by simulating the movements of the next activity. 

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