Percentages are abound not only in scientific arenas, but are also used and cited heavily in virtually any area in which a metric is wanted—and can also be finessed depending upon the user and his/her intentions.
“Baseball is 90 percent mental. The other half is physical.”
A smart approach to your warm-up can not only help to prevent injuries, but it can also enhance your work sets and in effect become a part of them as well.
For about the past year or so I have been experimenting almost exclusively with my training in hopes to develop a sensible program that if applied correctly will maximize your time in the gym and also keep you aesthetic, fit, very strong and also very healthy.
Playing The Percentages.
Part of the experiment has included what I have termed a “warm-down.”—kind of like a warm-up, but different in intention and application.
The testing continues and I am very happy with some of the early returns, but I am really taking my time and making sure I have tons of data (and percentages) to work with.
Like Yogi said, “If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.”