Before each workout, you should prepare your body to move. It’ll help minimize injury and it’ll make your workout that much better! This warm-up with Cat & AJ has some of the best dynamic stretches for runners, but is also great for any workout from Spinning to Bootcamp. So warm it up and charge it up right and right now!
Tired of the same ol’ warm-up on the bike or treadmill? Me too! So… we thought this would make life more fun! So get ready to get your heart and blood pumpin’ with this 13 minute workout warm-up with Michael and daughter, Briauna!
Michael takes you through a fun, effective warm-up using just body weight exercises, a couple plyometrics, and some good ol’ jump roping. Who said skipping rope was just for kids right? Seriously though, this warm-up looks easy, but can bring you to a SWEAT. You might even be wondering if this was really “just” a warm-up. Ha!
Whether you’re planning a cardio or strength workout, getting your body warm and ready to go is the first important step. So before you hit play or dive into your full workout, you’re going to want to run through this pre-workout warm-up that uses 5 minutes of dynamic body-weight exercises, and 5 minutes on the treadmill to get the heart rate up, getting you ready for any type of exercise routine (go right ahead and add to “favorites” while you’re at it). Fire it up!
Format: 5 min body-weight exercises, followed by 5 min warm-up on the treadmill. No treadmill? No prob. You can also walk it out outside.
One key to a great workout, whether cardio or strength training, is a solid warm-up. This online pre-workout warmup routine is designed to get your muscles warm and your heart rate starting its climb. Jessica starts you off with a quick hip-opener, then moves you into a dynamic flow with several total-body movements. Once you’re done, you’ll be ready to hit “play” on your fave Studio SWEAT onDemand workout. It’s time to warm it up!
This quick 10 min ab workout can inspire the dancer within. Most of these movements are also really good standing ab exercises for those that cannot do more traditional ab work on their backs.
To begin, expect genuine dancer warm-up movements that are approachable for everyone. Then we’ll begin 10 killer ab exercises that activate the entire body, but specifically the core. A new graceful twist on ab work – Dancer’s Abs!
*Don’t forget to warm up! See below for warm-up options*
Warm-Up Option #1
20 Jumping jacks
20 Bodyweight Squats
20 Alternating forward lunges
20 arm circles- 10 large / 10 small
Repeat 2-4 times
Warm-Up Option #2
Set a timer for 30 seconds for 10 rounds
1. Jog in Place
2. Butt kickers
4. Mountain climbers
5. Push ups
Repeat twice for a total of 5 mins