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You see, after years of heavy lifting and training, I've come to realize is this style of training has really taken its toll on my body. However, recently I learned of a new way to warm up before working out and training that is specifically designed to activate certain neurological pathways to make my workouts that much better.
So, today I'm breaking down my scientific method for warming up before you start training in the gym or at home to achieve your fitness goals.
0:33 - You need to activate your mind as well as your body.
1:26 - Warm-ups can increase your output during a workout.
1:37 - 5-Minute Warm-Up Routine
Exercise #1 - 1:51 - Bird Dogs
Exercise #2 - 3:59 - Downward Dog Variation
Exercise #3 - 5:51 - Dead Bug
Exercise #4 - 8:33 - Side Lunge With A Kick
There you have it, guys - it's really simple and just takes 5 minutes at the start of your workout to make sure your body and mind are firing on all cylinders and are ready to take advantage of the exercises that you're about to do.
Now, for those of you who still aren't sure what kinds of exercises and routines you should be doing in order to burn off unwanted body fat and get in shape, I want to shed some light on that for you with my science-based method of training and nutrition.
In fact, I just posted a free web seminar breaking down the top fitness and fat loss myths that I debunked, along with showing you the best exercises using a proven training method to get you into the best shape yet.
Just go to http://go2.sixpackshortcuts.com/SH3ql now to see it.
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