A Quick, Efficient Pre-workout Warm-up, Part 2.

by Robert on September 10, 2010

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OK, it’s time to jump into part two of the warm-up, and rev
up your breathing and heart rate.

We’ll also be increasing body temperature and metabolism
at this stage, and get the blood flowing all through your
body, with special focus on the biggest muscle groups.

As always, your comments are welcome here on the blog.
Let me know what you think.

Make it a great day.

Robert Martin

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The contents of this newsletter is not to be considered as
medical advice. Always consult a physician before
beginning or changing any fitness program. Any use of the
techniques, ideas, and suggestions in this document is at the
reader’s sole discretion and risk.

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Martin. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any portion of
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The LGNAAA Newsletter, featuring
the best in fitness and success tips.
________________________________________________

If you already have the Look Great Naked At Any Age
system, you know it’s constructed so that no warm up is
necessary before starting right into the workout.

But lately I’ve been enjoying a short, efficient pre-workout
warm-up, to get my mind and body in tune and give me a
little wake-up call, both mentally and physiclly.

It’s divided into two parts. In this video, I’ll show you part
one, which is a nice series of gentle stretches combined with
slow, deep breathing.

It’s a great way to focus your mind and body and set
yourself up for the more strenuous efforts that follow.

I’ll post part two in a few days, so stay tuned.

As always, your comments are welcome here on the blog. Let
me know what you think.

Make it a great day.

Robert Martin

Don’t have your Power Wheel yet? Studies prove it’s the
best core trainer available. Get yours here:

http://www.lifelineusa.com/ref/701/power-wheel

Feel free to forward this newsletter to anyone you know
who might benefit from it.
______________________________

The contents of this newsletter is not to be considered as
medical advice. Always consult a physician before
beginning or changing any fitness program. Any use of the
techniques, ideas, and suggestions in this document is at the
reader’s sole discretion and risk.

This newsletter is protected by copyright, 2009, Robert
Martin. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any portion of
this newsletter is strictly prohibited without the express
written consent of Robert Martin.

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