A warm-up is an essential part of any training or sports routine. Unlike static stretching where you hold a certain position for 30 seconds, active stretches where you hold a certain position for 1-2 seconds, a dynamic warm-up involves performing movements that increase your heart rate, increase your body temperature and strengthen your muscles. activate before starting more intensive activities.

Warm-up exercises are designed to prepare your body for physical exertion by increasing blood flow to your muscles and making your joints flexible. This helps prevent injuries and improves your overall performance during training or competitions.

It is important to tailor your warm-up to the specific activity you will be performing and to listen to your body to determine how intensely you should perform the exercises. In general, a warm-up should last about 5-10 minutes and gradually build up the intensity to set you up for maximum performance and to prevent injury.