Guide: How To Warm Up Properly

by Colin McGregor
Most people when warming up will do “static” holds which involves a body part being held in a stretched position for a short period of time. This is however is not an effective way to warm up but rather to do “Dynamic” stretches which includes the active tightening of your muscles whilst moving your joints through their full range of motion throughout the stretch. For example leg swings, arms circles and so on. So next time you are about to do a workout, do 5 minutes worth of dynamic stretches.⁠

Here are some more examples:⁠
Walking high knees.⁠
Straight leg kicks.⁠
Trunk twists.⁠
Star jumps.⁠
Hip rotations.⁠
Side bends.⁠

To keep your inflammation down and recovery up, make sure to take your BioGenesis Chlorella post workout as Chlorella has been shown to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial activities. Plus with the added Vegan friendly BCAAS to help you cover it’s the perfect post workout choice!⁠