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Fitness Tip of the Week: Cut the Risk

Posted by Dr. Del | July 19, 2012

Fitness Tip of the Week: Cut the Risk

Warming up before exercise can reduce your risk of injury and make your workouts more effective. For a general warm-up, perform any cardio exercise at a slow to moderate pace for 5-10 minutes or until you break a sweat.

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Dr. Del Millers is the founder of TheBestYouAcademy.com and author of eight books on mind-body health and nutrition. A PhD Nutritionist with a Masters degree in psychology, Dr. Del teaches motivation and high performance strategies to busy entrepreneurs and professionals, so that they can make a difference in their lives tomorrow in just ten minutes today. Dr. Del has appeared on FOX Television (Good Day LA) and E-Entertainment TV (DR 90210), magazines, and newspapers throughout the United States and Australia (LA Sports & Fitness, Australian Ironman, Health & Fitness, Stuff, Fighting Fat and others). Dr. Del's books include: Fitness & Spirituality, Dr. Del’s 10-Minute Meals, and Dr. Del’s Rapid Fatloss series of books.
Nina Fredd says:

Its true and VERY importent, 5- 10 min warm up, lots of folks still dont do it……..

Joanne Baker says:

Slow start works best for me.

Del Millers says:

Sounds good to me!