Apr 22, 2020

Warm Up for Ballet

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#Breathe deeply to get oxygen to your muscles. Breathing is super important when you’re stretching. Generally, you should inhale on the easier part of a stretch or exercise, and exhale on the harder part. Breathe deeply from your stomach rather than taking shallow breaths. Make sure you never hold your breath.<ref>https://greatist.com/fitness/how-breathe-every-type-exercise</ref>[[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 12.jpg|center]]
 
#Breathe deeply to get oxygen to your muscles. Breathing is super important when you’re stretching. Generally, you should inhale on the easier part of a stretch or exercise, and exhale on the harder part. Breathe deeply from your stomach rather than taking shallow breaths. Make sure you never hold your breath.<ref>https://greatist.com/fitness/how-breathe-every-type-exercise</ref>[[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 12.jpg|center]]
 
#Do static stretches at the end of your warm-up. Static stretches are those that you simply hold in place to maintain flexibility and correct muscle imbalances. To ensure your blood is flowing and your muscles are warm, perform these kinds of stretches at the end of your warm-up. Get into position and hold the stretch for 10-60 seconds before moving on.<ref>http://balletshoesandbobbypins.com/know-your-warm-up</ref>[[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 13.jpg|center]]
 
#Do static stretches at the end of your warm-up. Static stretches are those that you simply hold in place to maintain flexibility and correct muscle imbalances. To ensure your blood is flowing and your muscles are warm, perform these kinds of stretches at the end of your warm-up. Get into position and hold the stretch for 10-60 seconds before moving on.<ref>http://balletshoesandbobbypins.com/know-your-warm-up</ref>[[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 13.jpg|center]]
#Warm up for 10 to 15 minutes. Students who train every day should warm up for 10-15 minutes, but if you are new to ballet, you may want to cut your warm up down to 7-8 minutes. Generally, the longer you train, the longer your warm up should be.<ref>https://ift.tt/2VPKdqn>[[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 14.jpg|center]]
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#Warm up for 10 to 15 minutes. Students who train every day should warm up for 10-15 minutes, but if you are new to ballet, you may want to cut your warm up down to 7-8 minutes. Generally, the longer you train, the longer your warm up should be. [[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 14.jpg|center]]
#Cool down after class. It’s important to cool down after your ballet class. Walk around the room while swinging your arms and do gentle stretches, like touching your toes. You can even repeat some of the stretches and exercises you did to warm up, like prancing or doing the butterfly stretch.<ref>https://ift.tt/2VPKdqn>[[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 15.jpg|center]]
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#Cool down after class. It’s important to cool down after your ballet class. Walk around the room while swinging your arms and do gentle stretches, like touching your toes. You can even repeat some of the stretches and exercises you did to warm up, like prancing or doing the butterfly stretch. [[Image:Warm up for Ballet Step 15.jpg|center]]
   
 
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