Reduce Injuries, Increase Explosiveness, Boost Flexibility, and Decrease Muscle Soreness
A Dynamic Warm Up increases blood flow to your muscles and activates your nerves, getting them primed and ready for a great workout. This also increases the power production potential of your muscles and in turn tones the muscles so they are less likely to be sore over time.
The guide based on years of high level competitive experience and working with some of the best trainers in Professional Athletics . And now it’s available for everyone. You’re going to feel great preparing for your workout the right way, just like a Professional Athlete.
Over 28 Step by Step Unique Dynamic Stretches
Many clients notice a major difference in how they feel after dynamic stretching only a few times.
Most dynamic warm up videos jump right into moves that are too rigorous or inappropriate for beginners. The Introductory Dynamic Warm Up gives you all the benefits of dynamic stretching in a way that is holistic and works in harmony for your body. It’s great for athletes and non athletes alike, to ease into the more advanced routine.
The 32 Move Complete Dynamic Warm Up is our full routine for athletes and people who are ready to move beyond the Introductory Dynamic Warm Up. It will actually strengthen your core, tone your muscles, and bring you to a healthy sweat. No matter what your background or experience, this routine is guaranteed to kick your butt and get you prepared to perform your best.
AET Fitness Trainer Jeremy Boyle has trained hundreds of athletes and non athletes, and every workout begins with the Complete Dynamic Warm Up.
The Complete Dynamic Warm Up shows each move in detail.
Jeremy presents the routines in easy to follow language, demonstrating proper form and common mistakes made my many people who try to do dynamic stretching on their own. We’ve seen a lot of fitness videos and ebooks out there, but felt that either a ebook or video alone isn’t enough. So we created a combination of the two to make sure you get a full understanding of each move in the routine.