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Thoughts on warmup: A detailled view on the Warrior Warmup Routine

At this years Shinergy[instructor conference], the Warrior Warmup Routine was introduced as the standard warmup for every Shinergy class. Below you'll find video footage of the official presentation. After the detailled walk-through, we did everything again, at a higher pace, so that the translations between the individual exercises went smoother. That part didn't make it to the tape, however, due to battery shortage. Anyway, enjoy the clip and feel free to post your thoughts, questions and remarks to the comments section!


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