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Cool Down

Once you have completed exercising you are ready to cool down. It is just as important to cool down after exercise as it is to warm up before exercise.  When you cool down you should let your breathing return to normal. It is best to walk around for a few minutes to make sure your breathing is normal and let your heartbeat slow down. After you have walked around for a few minutes following vigorous exercise you are ready to begin your cool-down stretches.

The stretching exercises you do after exercise can be the same exercises you did for your warm-up or you can add other stretches. Most importantly you should stretch all major muscle groups, especially those that you used during exercise.


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