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warm up cool down

 

Hey, do you warm up before, and then cool down after every training session?

All the cool people do! And by cool, I mean the ones who want to reduce their injury risk, improve their performance, and reduce their stiffness and soreness the next day. 

Whether youโ€™re a newbie whoโ€™s never touched a weight or performed a burpee, or a seasoned pro whoโ€™s been there, done that, and has the official competition t-shirt to prove it, everyone benefits from preparing the body to do work (warm up) and then helping it to begin recovery (cool down) after. 

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Step Two: How to get fit in 2016

 

Yesterday we talked about the most important thing you need to do to get fit in 2016. If you didn’t get a chance to check that out, click that link back there and then come back here.

Now that you’ve figured out the most important thing you need to do the next question is, who’s going to hold you accountable and cheer you on? Yes, you can certainly do it alone, but a growing body of research has shown that having at least one support and accountability partner can make all the difference between your success and failure.

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