Also Read: 7 Steps to Increase Internal StrengthAiding the Warm Up Some aspects of the bodybuilding can be controlled psychologically, like discussed above. But our body needs some vital nutrients, some food to get going. As soon as your muscles warm up, feeding some Protein Shake in a flavour of choice peps your body immediately. Now you just had some energy, some carbohydrates and are ready to reach the moon. The Beneficial Combo works magically and How? When muscles loosen up, it gradually increases the heart rate and ensures that the demand made on circulatory & metabolic systems is gradual as well. Effectively, blood from digestive system is diverted to the muscles being exercised. This initial part of your exercise ensures that the supply of lubricating synovial fluid is increased which thickens the articular cartilages – the body’s shock absorbers. Note Your body should sweat, but not cause tiredness. Depending on your age and fitness levels, the activity should be properly planned and never exceed 8-12 minutes. The following examples cover a warm up: 1. walking/jogging/stationary cycling to increase the body’s temperature 2. dynamic stretches to reduce muscle stiffness 3. specific stretches for muscles that will be used during exercises 4. a few squats etc. By now you should know and understand how we prepare our body for future grinding. We toned our brain, heart and got many body parts up and running. Also, we fed some nutrition for that extra energy needed to complete the strenuous bodybuilding demands. Keep Notes and Cross Check the Results Bodybuilding is a step-by-step progressing task. When you find some positive development, note it down and in adverse times, you can use it to keep your ideas in check. Conclusion Whenever we subject our body to any change, it should be with a purpose and do it gradually. This includes the “Warm Up” and whatever new exercise you try out the first time.