Aeroski's Official Warm-up Exercises List

Aeroski's Official Warm-up Exercises List

The Ultimate Warm-Up Exercises List

Planning the perfect workout routine isn't just about the main event. While it's essential to have the right cardio exercise to form the bulk of your workout (like Aeroski's at-home workout machine), it's also vital to warm up properly. A good warm-up sets you up for an effective overall workout routine and prevents unnecessary injuries. 

To get the most out of your Aeroski workout, a warm-up is key. Here's our official warm-up exercises list so you can spend more time planning all of your fitness goals. 


Choose from one of these exercises to begin your fitness routine, and then hop on your Aeroski so the real work can begin!

Stretches to Warm Up With

Stretches are a great place to begin with our warm-up exercises list. Stretching before a workout has numerous benefits — from stimulating blood flow to your muscles, to improving your flexibility and increasing your range of motion. It prepares your muscles and body to perform better in the main portion of your workout routine. Here are some great stretches that should be a part of any warm-up exercises list:

  • Lunges — Consider side lunges to engage the muscles in your lower body before you get on your Aeroski machine. If you're looking for a stretch that explicitly targets your hips, glutes and leg muscles, this is for you. To perform a side lunge, begin by standing with your feet beneath your hips. Move your left leg out to the left, and start the stretch by squatting down. As you do so, put your weight onto the left foot and keep your right leg straight as you bend the left knee. 
  • Squats — Squats are another great option to help warm up the lower part of your body. Some of the muscles that squats will directly utilize are the hamstrings, the glutes and the quad muscles. Start a squat by standing straight up with each foot under each hip. Then, as you move down into the squat position, do so with a straight back and keep your core muscles activated. When your thighs are parallel with the ground, you can stop moving down and pause to hold the stretch before returning to a standing position and repeating the squat. 
  • Plank  Planks target the ab muscles and help strengthen the core. A strong core is an asset in any workout routine. When you're using the Aeroski to get into tip-top shape for skiing season, a strong core is especially important to help with stability on the slopes. That makes planks a great addition to your skiing fitness workout routine. A plank starts off like a pushup would, but instead of moving up and down, you simply stay up with a straightened back, tightened core muscles and a relaxed head. 
  • Neck Circles — When adding stretches to your warm-up exercises list, don't forget your neck! Neck circles are an effortless stretch that help loosen up the muscles in your neck and can relieve any underlying tension that may be present in that area. To complete a neck circle, all you have to do is roll your head around in a circular fashion. Go slowly and do blocks of ten neck circles in each direction — clockwise and then counterclockwise. 


Simple Warm-Up Exercises List

Sometimes, the main criteria on the best possible warm-up exercises list is simplicity. The easier it is to do a warm-up, the more likely you will follow through and do it before starting your workout routine. This simple warm-up exercises list is made up of easy activities that don't require any extra equipment to complete. If you want straightforward fitness activities on your warm-up exercises list, give these a try:

  • Pushups — Pushups are an easy warm-up to learn how to do and can be customized to your fitness level — just like an Aeroski workout. Pushups are also a good choice because they engage multiple muscles. When you complete pushups before a workout, you are putting muscles in your arms, shoulders, core and chest to work. 

Start a pushup as you would a plank, with your hands and feet on the floor. Raise your body up and then lower it down, keeping your core muscles tight and your back straight. The lowest point of a pushup should be when your chest or chin nears the ground, which signals that you should raise your body upward and straighten your arms to return to the beginning and do it all over again. You can keep your knees on the ground if you're a beginner. You can also try out more advanced variations, such as the single-arm pushup or clapping pushup, as you get more comfortable with the exercise and want to be challenged more. 

  • Walking or Jogging  Walking and jogging are great options on your simple warm-up exercises list. If you plan to use your Aeroski in the comfort of your home gym, you can easily take a walk or light jog around the neighborhood before you dive into your workout routine. Walking and jogging are both forms of cardio exercise that will get your blood moving before you get started with your full-body workout routine with Aeroski. Try varying your route weekly or even daily so you don't get sick of this warm-up activity. 
  • High Knees  High knees are another great choice to add to the simple warm-up exercises list. All you need to complete this warm-up is yourself. To do a high knee, stand up straight with your feet aligned with your shoulders. Choose one of your knees and raise it in the direction of your chest until it's a little higher than your waist. At the same time, raise the arm on the opposite side of your body as the raised knee. Alternate sides and repeat. 


Fun Warm-Up Exercises List

A boring warm-up activity can take all the fun out of your workout routine. It's important to find the right fitness activities for you to start off with to keep you motivated and make it more likely that you'll be able to achieve all of your exercise goals. If you want the activities on your warm-up exercises list to be just as fun as your Aeroski workout routine, these are the warm-ups for you. Check out these entertaining options to complete before you get on your Aeroski

  • Jumping Jacks — If the last time you did jumping jacks was in your elementary school gym class, it might be worth revisiting them. Jumping jacks engage both the upper and lower body and are pretty much a full-body experience, making them the perfect warm-up to pair with a full-body workout routine from Aeroski. 
  • Dancing  Dancing is often recommended on warm-up exercises lists for kids, but there's no reason adults can't join in the fun, too. As a warm-up, dancing shouldn't involve serious choreography or demanding moves. Instead, turn on your favorite playlist and move however you want. Light dancing makes for a fun and simple warm-up activity. 
  • Yoga — Yoga makes the fun warm-up activities list because there are so many variations to tailor it to your preferences. Whether you choose to get involved with this activity from your living room floor or your front yard, you're sure to have a blast. There are more than 80 traditional yoga poses, and variations have been developed even more. Yoga can help you stretch out your muscles and get a headstart on the relaxation and stress-relief benefits of exercise

Complete Your Workout Routine with Aeroski

Now that you're warmed up and ready to exercise, complete your workout routine with the skiing fitness machine from Aeroski! Aeroski's skiing fitness workout machine engages all of the major muscle groups. That means you can work out your entire body using just one device. And, with Aeroski, you won't even have to leave your house to make all of your fitness goals come true.

Try Aeroski today to add the most unique at-home exercise machine on the market to your workout routine!

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