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Hi i am Rekha Ganguly. I am a fitness trainer.In this video I will be showing you the correct
way to warm up before starting your exercise routine. I'll now be showing you how to do
dynamic chest stretch. Stand straight with your legs slightly apart. Extend your hands
straight in front of you. Palms facing each other. Move both hand outwards and then inwards.
Do this 8-10 times. I'll now show you how to do dynamic back stretch. Stand straight
with your legs slightly apart. Extend your hands straight and then move them up till
they are by the side of your head. Move up and down 10-12 times. Lets do some buttups.
Lay back on the mat with your hands by your side. Lift your legs up at a 90 degrees angle.
And we need to lift with our lower abs and lift your butt off the mat. You will really
feel this in your lower abs. I'll show you how to do vertical jump. Stand up straight
with a slight bend in the knees. Then using your arms to propel you upwards bend the knees
and jump up while extending the arms towards the ceiling. Do 15 to 20
counts. I hope you guys enjoyed this video. Do hit
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4 Quick Warm Up Exercises Before Workout | How To

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Nitika Awasthi published on September 12, 2016
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