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Mentor Palokaj

[Request] Short warmup/cooldown for non-GST activities

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Mentor Palokaj

Hello all,

I'm currently a few months into Foundation One and loving it.

Is there a consensus on a 'good' multi purpose warmup/limber for non GST activities? Not to prepare for big workouts but for example:

  • Stretch after biking to work for 30 mins
  • Leisurely soccer game in a lunch break
  • Getting out of a 2 hour stationary meeting
  • Etc.

A search of the forums didn't give in any results.

Thank you!

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Alessandro Mainente

It depends on the level of the intensity of the sport activity. I will never warm up in the same way if I have to do endurance workout or if I have to do power workouts or strength workout.

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Darin Phoenix

Hi Mentor, 

A good one that you could use would be the daily limber that is part of the Fundamentals course. This is an excellent multi-purpose warm up which can then be followed by something that is more specific to the activity that you are performing. In regards to your question about stretching after a bike session, there are many fantastic stretches that are available in our middle and front split courses that could be utilized and would be highly effective.

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Mentor Palokaj
13 hours ago, Darin Phoenix said:

Hi Mentor, 

A good one that you could use would be the daily limber that is part of the Fundamentals course. 

Thank you. I was looking at that on indeed, but was wondering if besides that there was a consensus on a 'good' limber. Of course it is more complex than that, but something beats nothing, especially when done consistently.

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