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This is the bare minimum of the warm-up. It should take approximately 15 minutes. The warm-up needs to be done properly every day in order to enhance your performance as an athlete!

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Enjoy Katherine and Kimberly teaching you how to use the bellicon rebounder. In this new series of workout routines produced by bellicon usa you will find different levels of workout intensity to unleash the potential of your bellicon.

Part 5: Yes, bellicon works perfectly for Pilates. Check out for yourself!

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Not all exercises are suitable for everyone. Please consult your doctor before beginning this or any other bellicon exercise program.

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Here is a basic warm-up to perform before your stretching & workout.

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ISSA Spokesperson and Certified Personal Trainer, Alycia Darby, shows you a quick warm up that you can do anytime anywhere before any workout.

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Great Warm-Up (WU) for aerobic track workouts, yet it's a difficult WU and would be inappropriate for a race-day.

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These simple calisthenics can help warm up you up for a workout, but are also good at the office for taking a break from sitting at your desk. Get the blood moving and your muscles used. Try it out!

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This is my favorite sequence for an overall workout dynamic warmup. I recommend this to all athletes. It combines calisthenics and stretching in just 4 minutes.

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This simple routine of five skipping exercises can and should be done prior to intense track workouts and/or races. To learn more about how these fives skipping exercises fit into a warm-up read this article from RunningTimes.com

runningtimes.com/Article.aspx?ArticleID=15924

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