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What are the four stages of a warm up?

  • 1. Pulse Raising (Jogging etc.)
    2. Static Stretches (Hamstrings, Quadriceps etc.)
    3. Dynamic Stretches (Stretching whilst on the move e.g. lunges)
    4. Activity Related (Use of a football, rugby ball etc.)

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  • Answer: 1. Pulse Raising (Jogging etc.)
    2. Static Stretches (Hamstrings, Quadriceps etc.)
    3. Dynamic Stretches (Stretching whilst on the move e.g. lunges)
    4. Activity Related (Use of a football, rugby ball etc.)
  • Answer: 1. Strecthing2. Push-ups, or sit-ups3. Short-distance running
  • Answer: 1. do a jog on spot/skipping for 1 minute2.do a jogging and jumping session-it depens what sport your playing if you need to practise shooting or starting or something like that.3. Do your sport!!! :)
  • Answer: Without warming up you can stretch your muscles and hurt your self
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    Cold-starting problems: The engine may not start as quickly as normal when the weather turns cool and low volatility fuel is in the tank requiring recalibration of the powertrain control unit. (2006--07)

    Cold-starting problems: The idle may jump to as high as 2,000 rpm when coming to a stop on vehicles with manual transmissions, or it may idle rough or stall with an automatic while the engine is cold after cold soak, requiring a computer flash. (2004-05)

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  • Answer: The three stages of stress are:
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  • Answer: First you are squires assistant
    Then squire
    Then knight
  • Answer: First, the eggs are laid. Then the larvae are born. After that is the stage of the cocoon. And finally after about 20 days, the butterfly (or whichever creature it is that is undergoing metamorphosis) sprouts its wings after breaking through the cocoon.
  • Answer: page, squire, knight
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