The Benefits of Exercise Warm‐Up on Grip Strength and Fatigue Time
Journal of Advanced Student Sciences (JASS)
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Strength and endurance are two key factors in any athlete’s ability to perform. This experiment was designed to measure the correlation between an exercise warm up and grip strength and fatigue time. Two groups, a control and an experimental, were tested. The control group subjects participated in two separate sessions over the course of a few weeks, neither of which included an exercise warm up. The experimental group subjects participated in two separate sessions over the course of a few weeks, the first of which was recorded as a baseline measurement and the second occurred after a warm up exercise. The purpose of the research group’s experiments is to determine whether there is a positive correlation between an exercise warm up and an individual’s strength and endurance.