Stretching Warmup Exercise for Gymnastics, Dance, Cheerleading, Trampoline and Flexible Fitness

April 16, 2011 by  
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www.fitforafeast.com Great warmup exercises to increase flexibility for trampoline,gymnastics, dance, cheerleading, skating, ballet, tumbling and other sports. These warmup stretches are done before and after the activity. Hold each stretch for between 30 seconds to a minute depending on your level of training. Stretch those muscles and warmup before any fitness activity to avoid injury. Hamstring exercises, toe touches and other stretches before workout reduces the risk of getting hurt. Thanks to trampoline and fitness coach Dennis for giving us all these great warmup stretching tips. Watch our new trampoline videos on some of the cool routines that can be done in competitive trampoline.

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Rebounder Exercise Tips

March 9, 2011 by  
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Diana shows you an easy way to exercise at home without a lot of equipment, check newer videos to see how a year of jumping on her new Fitness Trampoline has reshaped her! Subscribe! Share! Like! Buy my favorite Fitness Trampoline: tinyurl.com Roundorama Blog: roundorama.com Twitter: twitter.com The Round Diet Book: tinyurl.com

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