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  • n. A set of exercises carried out after a fitness routine in order to return the body gradually to its normal state, analogous to the warm-up done before the routine.


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Supposed opposite of warm-up


  • Tracy Caulkins 'husband, Aussie Mark Stockwell, introduced himself to the legendary distance swimmer by jumping in the warmdown pool with her. - Love Games: Athletes find rewards better than gold

  • Two of Brown's players, Nick Barmby and Jimmy Bullard, had been seenslicing lumps off each other in a brawl while on a 'warmdown outing' toa park close to the Humber Bridge. news feed

  • With a good 50 meters to go and line pulling away from the Canadian, Wust threw up her arms in the practice lane as she coasted into the first turn as part of her warmdown. Chronicle

  • Here are the stats from today's jog on the treadmill (which include a couple of minutes of warmdown time):

    Blognitive Dissonance

  • Briscoe, who celebrated by doing a series of donuts on the track during the warmdown lap, saw his near two-second lead over Dixon slip to as low as 0.7 seconds with a few laps left as he attempted to conserve fuel. Top Stories RSS


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