An active warm-up that consists of dynamic flexibility exercises will lengthen the muscles, increase blood and oxygen flow to the muscles, activate the nervous system and maintain body temperature, effectively preparing the body to workout. To express fluidness of motion and sport-specific flexibility, dynamic stretches need to form part of the warm-up.
Hurdle mobility drills are another great way to warm up, giving you plenty of bang for the buck. These dynamic drills prepare the body to work out, elongate the muscles and enhance core strength, single-leg stability and balance. Hurdle mobility drills are very effective to enhance hip rotational mobility and strength and loosen up the lower back..