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Why Warm Up?

First up for those who mightn't read to the end, please SAVE THE DATE - 6th April if you're keen to be involved in a wine tasting evening. Watch this space for more information in the coming weeks.As we look toward the cooler months, Andy is having jackets and another run of t-shirts made. These jackets are breathable but wind and water resistant, and the t-shirts are super lightweight and comfortable to train in. If you're interested in purchasing either, please order using this form before next Friday. Below are images of the men's cut. 

Don't forget how important it is that you arrive in time for the warm-up! A warm-up is essential before exercise for several reasons:

  1. Injury Prevention: Warming up increases blood flow to muscles, making them more pliable and less prone to injury during vigorous activity.

  2. Enhanced Performance: It prepares the cardiovascular system, gradually increasing heart rate and oxygen delivery to muscles, improving performance and endurance.

  3. Range of Motion: Dynamic stretching and mobility exercises in a warm-up help improve joint flexibility and range of motion, enhancing movement efficiency and reducing the risk of strains or sprains.

  4. Mental Preparation: A warm-up helps mentally prepare for the session, allowing you to focus on the movements and muscles in use.

Starting the session together and on time is also the best way to make the most of your hour, and the opportunity to work together in a group.Thank you to everyone who has made the effort to get their sessions locked in with Andy on Sundays. This really helps Andy and Poppy with planning, and the commitment you make to yourself and setting the intention to turn up, might make the difference on a less than ideal morning. If you need to change sessions or can't make it, just drop Andy a message. Here's some highlights from the week. It's great to see some challenging modifications - excellent effort, Rach! 


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