The Syatt Fitness Guide to Warming Up: A Step by Step Guide for Optimal Performance

by Jordan Syatt October 31, 2012


As most topics related to health and fitness tend to be, the concept of “warming up” is highly controversial. Some say a warm-up is a waste of time while others say it’s the most important component of an intelligent training regimen.

Great…so what what the hell are we supposed to do now?

Personally, I am of the opinion that warming up probably wont hurt and will likely benefit you in the long run. That being the case, why not include a well designed warm-up within your current training routine?

Which brings me to my point: Why did I decide to write The Syatt Fitness Guide to Warming Up – A Step by Step Guide for Optimal Performance?

Simply put, people don’t know what to do. There are thousands of available articles and videos explaining the benefits of warming up, along with various exercises to make use of, but very few actually provide a simple and easy-to-follow process designed to help you create an effective warm-up routine.

As a result, I chose to write this e-book free of charge. It’s not wordy or complicated, nor is it meant to convince you that warming up is an absolute necessity.

If you want to incorporate efficient warm-ups within your current training regimen but aren’t sure how to do so appropriately, this book is for you.

Plain and simple, this book will provide you with a basic step-by-step process specifically intended to help you create your own warm-up routines. Inside you’ll find several templates, each of which offer numerous variations for upper body, lower body, and full body warm-up routines respectively. All you have to do is follow the instructions, watch the videos, and implement them appropriately within your current training regimen.

Oh, and if you don’t have enough time to devote to the warm-ups outlined in the first 3 parts, check out the Bonus Section dedicated to The Busy Training Warrior. Each warm-up will take no longer than 10 minutes (at most!) and will effectively prepare your mind and body for a great training session.

Read it, use it, and if you enjoy it, share it with your friends and family.

I hope this guide helps you get one step closer to achieving your ultimate fitness-based goals.

To download your FREE copy of The Syatt Fitness Guide to Warming Up – A Step by Step Guide for Optimal Performance  complete the form at the bottom of this page.

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