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Dynamic Warm-up Exercises


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Lucas Sponsler's curator insight, February 19, 2014 12:58 PM

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The reason we do dynamic warm ups is because they make it to where your body is always moving and warming up which is more effective than static exercises.

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Scots man Richard Kilty is the World Indoor Champion (video)

Scots man Richard Kilty is the World Indoor Champion (video) | Public Services | Scoop.it
Britain’s Richard Kilty sensationally became the world indoor 60 metres champion on Saturday night as he ran a personal best to stun the sprinting world. The first major title by a Scots man in the sprints since Allan Wells crowned himself 100 meter Olympi

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Hundreds fail police fitness test

Hundreds fail police fitness test | Public Services | Scoop.it
More than 300 police officers fail a compulsory fitness test introduced in England and Wales, figures reveal.

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A Dynamic Routine

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Maybe you've heard that stretching before a run is a big mistake. Indeed, studies show that static stretching—holding a muscle in an elongated, fixed position for 30 seconds or more—could hurt performance if done before a workout (save it for after your run). But dynamic stretching, which uses controlled leg movements to improve range of motion, loosens up muscles and increases heart rate, body temperature, and blood flow to help you run more efficiently. Dynamic stretching is most effective when it's sport-specific. This prerun routine targets the muscles used for running.

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Why Do I Think Better after I Exercise?: Scientific American

Why Do I Think Better after I Exercise?: Scientific American | Public Services | Scoop.it
Why is it that I seem to think better when I walk or exercise?

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nancercize's curator insight, June 27, 2013 9:14 PM

This article is so lame... they say we don't have much of a clue as to why, but we know a lot, especially if you add nature into the mix. Sheesh.

FunMeFit's curator insight, June 28, 2013 6:35 AM

Always feel much more imagination flowing when I've done a spot of exercise, don't know about you?