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The warm - up
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The warm - up

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  • 1. THE WARM UP
    4º Eso bilingüe IES Estelas Cantabria
  • 2. WhatisWarming-up?
    Warming up is a set of sequencial and progressiveexercises, involvingallthemuscles and jointswiththegoal of preparingthebodyforexercise, so thebody can performadequately and avoidinjury.
  • 3. Benefits of the warm up:
    If you do a good warm up, you can get:          1) Protection against injuries2) Better performance
    And also:                               
    -You increase your body temperature.      
    -Your joints move more efficiently
    -Oxygen in blood travels faster.
    -Your muscles extend more and are more elastic
    -Muscles move faster and with more strength
    -You react faster
  • 4. A WARM – UP HAS 2 PARTS:
    GENERAL - Physical activities with your main muscles
    SPECIFIC - Exercises directly related to the next activity that we will do. For example, in a basketball warm-up we practice bouncing, shooting, different movements, games, drills…
  • 5. WARM UP GENERAL
    Starting up: jogging, walking, soft running, … etc.
    Joint movements: Free pendulum like motion movements and some circles around your joints
    Streching of your main groups (upper limbs, lower limbs and trunk)
  • 6. JOINT MOVEMENTS AND PRINCIAL BONES
  • STHRECHING – PRINCIPAL MUSCLES
  • 11. STRECHING

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