Does your warm-up make you STRONGER or weaker?
Too often I see beginners and even advanced lifters ruin their workout by: 1.) They do anywhere from a 15 minute run on the treadmill to a full cardio training session before they start their strength training. (I was WRONGLY taught to do this) 2.) They walk in, load up their working set weight, and start lifting with no regards to how they are feeling that day. (Not knowing any better, I did this when I first started) 3.) They immediately grab the foam roller, or some other torture device, and begin to smash their muscle tissue like tenderizing meat! (Yup, tried that too) If your goal is to get stronger, perform better, build muscle or to utilize weights in any way,
cardio and muscle smashing are not the way to warm-up, because they are NOT SPECIFIC to what you are about to do!
A proper Warm-Up is vital for STRENGTH and strength is vital for success! Strength is the basis for all other Training Goals! By becoming stronger you are better able to build muscle, lose weight, improve athleticism, prevent injury, and live a healthier lifestyle. However, if you don’t warm-up properly, you will not be able to reach your full strength potential! Your warm-up is what prepares your body to perform at its best, and without it you are only reaching a piece of your full potential.
This Book guides you on how to Warm-Up Properly to bring out your full strength potential!
Warm-Up properly in 15 minutes or less!
In This Book:
- A Step-By-Step Warm-Up Routine SPECIFIC to your workout!
- Everything you need to know about how to warm-up in the gym!
- Applicable to Powerlifting, Bodybuilding, CrossFit, General Fitness, Strength Training, Calisthenics, etc.
- For all training levels, beginner to elite!
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We HIGHLY recommend this eBook for EVERYONE that is involved with strength training at ANY level!
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This injury prevention mobility exercise program will guide you through basic and advanced exercise warm ups so you can get the most out of your powerlifting program! This is great for replacing foam roller exercises to by utilizing bodyweight exercises as your stretching exercises so you can squat everyday or just find a great new hip flexors stretch! If you do a basic 5×5 workout plan or have and advanced power lifting routine like those from supertraining or westside barbell, you can benefit from this strength warm up!