A proper warmup before any strength-training workout will not only help you perform better during your sweat session, but it also might help ease the delayed pain, known as DOMS, that can follow a tough workout. After three to five minutes of light cardio, do a handful of walkouts to prep your entire body for the upcoming challenges you will be facing, from holding multiple planks to heaving kettlebells. We've added a lunge to this classic move to make the exercise even more effective.
Walk It Out to Warm It Up
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