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Old 03-06-2014, 03:16 PM   #11
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I usually take about 5 minutes to fully stretch everything out and then the first set I'll do about 10-15 slow reps. I used to do warm up sets for everything, but it would kill my overall performance for that specific exercise. I wouldn't be able to do as many reps as usual.
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CNS needs a lot of prepping before it reaches its full capacity.
definitely true...

finding the balance between prepping and NOT fatiguing before work sets is magic
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I do 5 minutes jogging before and some jumping rope to warm up my body. Before doing any workout it is good to warm up body to prevent from many issues.
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Joe DeFranco's Simple 6 for upper body or Limber 11 for lower body (can't post links)

Increasing volume in the warm-ups is a good way to easily inject extra volume if you're a beginner.

Typically I do what's already been outlined:
bar x lots
40% x 5-10
60% x 2 x 4-6
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