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1. Mental benefits A mental preparation, such as a race or a workout. Warming up clears an individual’s mind and allows the brain to focus on the exercise that you are about to do warming up can enhance your moral and encourage you to perform better.

2. Increases blood temperature When you are warming up, there is an increase in blood flow over the body.
Which makes your blood temperature? This reduces the oxygen in blood which reduces the amount in the muscle and then frees it up this will also improve endurance and performance.

3. Promotes better cooling A warm up routine can help to activate the body’s heat control mechanisms such as sweating. This will enable the induvial who exercising cool and reduce getting over heated during the workout, event or a race. A warm up is a range of dynamic or static stretches for five to ten minutes depending on how much your exercising. If you are exercising for more than an hour, your warm up should be longer. A warm up should force the heart beat making it pump blood into the muscles allowing it to dilate easier.

If you are exercising your arms, you may want to do arm stretches. If you are going for a run, then you should do leg stretches, such as open and close the gate. lowers the stress placed on the heart through lowering blood flow resistance.
1. Torn Muscle, One risk of not doing a warm up is a torn muscle. A torn muscle is a very dangerous in the they can be painful a torn muscle can take days, months or even a year to heal
Properly and in this time, you may have lost high amounts of endurance or your athletic skill. Protecting your muscle is very important as they can take very easily
That’s why we stretch all muscles that we are using.

2. Decreased Athletic Performance 2. Secondly as it was discussed above, the failure of a warm up properly can lead to dangers like I said a torn muscle, but it might also negatively impact your athletic performance. For example, say you might need to sprint quickly after a defender but since you have not stretched the muscles in your legs you are not able to take long enough strides to catch him and he scores a point to win the game. So, failing to stretch properly will limit your ability to play your game

1. Torn Muscle, One risk of not doing a warm up is a torn muscle. A torn muscle is a very dangerous in the they can be painful a torn muscle can take days, months or even a year to heal
Properly and in this time, you may have lost high amounts of endurance or your athletic skill. Protecting your muscle is very important as they can take very easily
That’s why we stretch all muscles that we are using.

2. Decreased Athletic Performance 2. Secondly as it was discussed above, the failure of a warm up properly can lead to dangers like I said a torn muscle, but it might also negatively impact your athletic performance. For example, say you might need to sprint quickly after a defender but since you have not stretched the muscles in your legs you are not able to take long enough strides to catch him and he scores a point to win the game. So, failing to stretch properly will limit your ability to play your game

Dynamic stretching – dynamic warm-up, stretches that are “dynamic,” meaning you are moving as you stretch. Some benefits are that It activates some muscles you will use in your exercise. For example, a lunge with a twist helps to engages your hips, legs, and core muscles. you might be doing weighted lunges in the gym or lunging for a ball, the muscles involved have been engaged during that warm-up you did earlier. Dynamic stretching improves a range of motions. So, if you feel like you can barely reach down to tie your shoes after a long day at work, a dynamic warm-up routine can help you feel more agile. Dynamic stretches help you improve body awareness. So, if you don’t warm-up and hop into a soccer game, it may take a while for your body to perform optimally. Moving as you stretch will challenges your balance and coordination; skills that could help your performance. Warming up in motion enhances muscular performance and power. Studies reveal dynamic stretching before a workout can help you lift more weight and increase overall athletic performance compared to no stretching or static stretching. If you are trying to get stronger, build more muscle, or simply perform better, a dynamic warm-up routine is likely your best betas it will help your muscles dilate more than a static stretch

Static stretching – Static stretching is used to stretch muscles while the body is at about to rest. It is composed of various techniques that gradually lengthen a muscle to an elongated position and hold that position for 30 seconds to two minutes.

One short term benefit is a better Athletic Performance
The increase in elasticity and assortment of motions can also translate into better athletic performance. A wider and freer range of motion can assist in how an athlete movement in general throughout practice and competition.

Pain Relief – Feeling the burn of a workout is great but pain because a muscle pulling a joint out of alignment is not. Releasing a tight muscle releases compression in our bodies and allows us to live a pain-free life while performing everyday tasks like walking, driving or even relaxing. No one wants to live in pain. While the ouch in the muscle burn may still be present, stretching helps make the body feel good and takes pain out of the body.

Flexibility one long-term effects of stretching is an improve in your overall flexibility. When you make stretching a habit, you slowly stretch out the connected tissues of your body. Over time, this lengthens the tissues, improving the range of motion in your joints, and in turn your overall ability to stretch the muscle. Stretching these muscles and connective tissues can also help relieve muscle stiffness and decrease the risk of joint degeneration.

One Faster recovery – stretching pumps blood into the muscles and allows for the muscle to dilate and release it’s self of wastes and tension so your recovery is quicker and more effective. Recovery isn’t just about recovering from an exercise, it’s also about getting the benefit of doing the exercise. Recovery is where your muscles will alter , it’s not in the moment of performing the exercise. .