Warm-up

- Dec 04, 2017 -

Exercise warm-up is an important part of any exercise training, warm-up is important to avoid the occurrence of sports injuries. Reduce the risk of injury. An effective warm-up contains many important elements that combine to minimize the risk of motor impairment. Warm-up is a physical exercise before the exercise, there are many benefits, the primary role of warm-up is to prepare the body and mind to undergo hard training. To help the body increase the body's core temperature, muscle temperature, muscle temperature increase can make the muscles more relaxed and more flexible. Effective warm-up can increase the number of heart rate and breathing depth and frequency. Increased blood flow and blood oxygen to blood and nutrients to the muscles, these help muscle tendons and joints to accept more hard training.

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From the physiological point of view, the effect of warm-up exercise are as follows:

1. Warm-up exercise can increase muscle contraction speed and strength.

2 warm-up exercise can improve muscle coordination.

3 warm-up exercise can prevent or reduce muscle, tendon ligament injury.

4. In endurance sports, warm-up exercises can speed up the emergence of "second wind."

5 warm-up exercise can improve muscle viscosity.

6. The ability of heme and muscle protein to bind and release oxygen is enhanced.

7. metabolic process improvement.

8. Vascular wall resistance decreased.

9. Sensitivity and Nerve Sensitivity of Nerve Sensory Receivers can be improved by appropriately increasing body temperature.

10. An increase in body temperature can stimulate the vasodilation to increase the local blood flow to the active site; the blood flow rate and flow rate increase as the temperature of the muscle increases, and energy supply and metabolites are excluded, thereby improving.

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Psychological effects editor

As the saying goes, "be prepared," I think this is probably why many people think the psychological effect of warm-up exercise is more than the physiological effect. In 1954, Malareki watched athletes improve their athletic performance if they "warm up" their imagination. In another example, in 1961 Massey et al. Conducted a psychologically interesting study in which subjects performed warm-up exercises but subsequently hypnotized them so that they forgot to have just performed a warm-up exercise and showed no exercise capacity Get better. This shows that doing "warm-up exercises" can make athletes have a psychological effect on the performance of athletic performance. In addition, athletes will also be more confident and can avoid the occurrence of sports injuries.

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