a not so serious run through of a bit of warm up drills/bodyweight movements i've been going through after a sort of seriously negative "session" i had 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳
1. leg drills (kind of self explanatory?) 2. overhead squats
3. side lunges? (i like to pulse to avoid any static stretching before any "workout." there has been research and everything on static stretching negatively impacting performance to some degree. but i just find dynamic stretches to loosen me up better anyways!) 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳
4. hip openers? (these are good to help if you have tight hips or problems with external rotation! you just basically sit in a squat and pulse your legs outward and inward like a butterfly)
5. forward lunges with hip openers (i dont even know if thats the right terminology... but it's just a combination of the previous two movements!) these are just some of the drills i do since getting into cleaning and jerking and snatching.
idk if anyone will see this, but hopefully it can give you some ideas to perhaps incoporate to your warm up for a lower day as well! if running short on time, i find that going through rom's that mimic the similar movement patterns of the exercises to be performed that day works better than sort of just doing cardio prior to. however, both say, a little cardio and dynamic drills are best! (: 🍳🍳🍳
these movements are pretty basic, but i got really negative today within my session (where i did some snatch technique work...........) so i edited this way too much to cheer me up LOL
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