Warming up increases your heart rate and therefore your blood flow. This enables more oxygen to reach your muscles. A warm-up also activates and primes the connections between your nerve and muscles, which improves the efficiency of movement.
why is warm-up important?
What part of your body should you warm up first?
is weight liftinng a form of warm up
How long should a warm up last?
- 10 minutes
- 5 minutes
- 15 minutes
- 20 minutes
What is the purpose of warming up before physical activity?
- To increase blood flow to the muscles
- To decrease heart rate
- To cool down the body
Which one of these is not an effective warm-up exercise?
- Static stretching
- Jumping jacks
- Light jogging
What are some benefits of warming up before exercise?
- Increased range of motion and flexibility
- Improved athletic performance
- Reduced risk of injury
- All the above