Total Body Bulk Up Warm-Up Exercises

These warm-ups aren’t just for injury prevention: they increase joint and muscle strength. Perform them before every workout

Neck extension

Bring your chin to your chest, then reverse and look up at the ceiling. Repeat 10 times. Now look from right to left as far as possible 10 times. Slide your chin along your chest from your right to your left shoulder 10 times.

Arm extension

Lift your left arm ans try to touch the sky. Start by making small circles above your head, then increase until you’re swing your arm behind you in a full circle. Continue for 40sec, then repeat with your right arm.

Pelvis rotation

Keeping your upper torso still, thrust your pelvis forwards and backward, thensing your glutes for 20sec. Now rotate through the hips, moving your torso in the opposite direction to your hips for 40sec.

Back extension

Keeping a long spine, bend at the hips and touch near your toes. Drop into a low squat, raise your arms above your head then drive up with your glutes and quads. Repeat 10 times.

From http://www.menshealth.co.uk

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