Good morning, dear readers, in this article I want to give recommendations on how to prepare for a workout, but first I want to say a few words about the training itself. The following reasons are already included in the text, I will only describe them briefly, since they pertain to the warm-up phase. ▪ These行 are the warm-up exercises that should be done every morning. ▪ These          are the main components of a good workout. ▪ These factors that contributed to the increase... 1) the Normalization of metabolic processes. 2) the Removal of visceral fat. 3) the Reducing of the "plateau" (fat in the abdominal area) that appeared after puberty. 4) the De-emphasis of the "sweet spot" (point where the stomach begins to "float" in the center). 5) Combining exercise and warm-up. 6) Increase the "temperature" of the muscles, which is indicated by the word "tension". 7) Reducing the "sweet spot" (point where the waistline begins to "separate" from the pelvis. 8) Combining cardio and strength training. 9) Increase the "temperature" of the muscles (and in the process, avoid injuries). 10) Reducing the "sweet spot" (point where the waistline begins to "separate") and increasing the "temperature" of the muscles in the process. 11) Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 12) Increase the "temperature" of the muscles (and in the process, avoid injuries). 13) Reduce the "sweet spot" (point where the waistline "interferes" with the path of least resistance). 14) Reducing the "sweet spot" (point where the waistline "interferes" with the path of least resistance). 15) Combining cardio and strength training. 16) Increase the "temperature" of the muscles (and in the process, avoid injuries). 17) Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 18) Reduce the "sweet spot" (point where the waistline "interferes" with the path of least resistance). 19) Reducing the "sweet spot" (point where the waistline "interferes" with the path of least resistance). 20) Combining cardio and strength training. 21) Increase the "temperature" of the muscles (and in the process, avoid injuries). 22)Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 23)Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 24)Increase the "temperature" of the muscles (and in the process, avoid injuries). 25)Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 26)Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 27)Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 28)Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 29)Avoid unnecessary stress and strains. 30)Reduce the