While warm-ups are not the flashiest or most exciting element of a training program, they are invaluable opportunities to physically and mentally assess and prepare athletes for practice or competition. This article explores the general and specific objectives of warm-ups.
About Chris Miller
Chris Miller is a volunteer assistant working with the sprints and hurdles at ALTIS. Prior to his arrival at ALTIS, he completed a Sport Performance internship at Stanford University. Chris completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Health and Human Performance at St. Mary’s College of California, and he will be completing his M.S. in Biokinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Science at the University of Southern California.