Quick Facts about Warming Up and Cooling Down

1. Most people associate warm-ups with cardiovascular workouts. You should also warm up before strength-training workouts.

2. At the end of a cardio workout, you should gradually decrease your exercise intensity; do not stop abruptly.

3. Cool-downs help prevent muscle soreness, dizziness and fainting.


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Posted: 02/17/2010 at 07:40 AM
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