Here are some simple winter warm ups that involve mobility work, dynamic stretches and activation exercises from our personal trainer.
While warm ups are always essential parts of any workout, they are especially important during the colder months. With colder temperatures dropping, our tendons and joints tighten up, decreasing mobility and increasing soreness. But by stimulating blood flow through dynamic stretches and activating your muscles, you can lower your risk of injury.
Whether you play paddle tennis, hit the slopes on the weekend or simply go to the gym to exercise, make sure you warm up before you start your workout. Don't know where to start? Here are some simple warm ups that involve mobility work, dynamic stretches and activation exercises from personal trainer Brianna Clifford, CPT, CSCS.
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