Friday, May 2, 2014


Your warmup is the most important part of your workout - when done right it activates the central nervous system, getting your your muscles ready for what's to come and, ultimately, prevents injury.

The best kind of warmup is sequenced and performed dynamically.

Here is a basic warmup sequence that I recommend to undo habitual patterning in the body (sitting, sleeping, hunching ) and to elevate the heart-rate. Think of it as peeling back the layers + getting your body warm so you can access your core and glutes... which goes a long way in helping you move better.

After foam rolling your tight areas...
Give this sequence a go before your next workout:

Want to get your heart rate up just a bit more? Give this 3 min total body kettlebell circuit a go to feel connected and ready to lift! Just set your timer for 25 seconds work and 5 seconds rest and get going.

Give it a try this weekend and let me know how it goes!

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