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I try to walk around 1/2 hour-15 minutes before I'm on the line to "wake up" my body.Interested in what others do.

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I dryfire for a few minutes, mostly focusing on accuracy rather than speed. working on grip and trigger pull. If it's cold out, i go for a jog until i'm warmed up and get the blood flowing to my hands.

At local matches, setting up the stages usually wakes my body up sufficiently.

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Final setup in the morning of the local match does it for me, in fact, I'm very warm after that :). Before any match, try to look over my equipment first and function check everything. This turns into some dryfire and manipulation drills.

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Morning setup if its my local match gets me warm enough. Ill stretch my legs out a bit before my first stage but that's about it.

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Multi reps with coffee cup on the way, then quick reps before run with Red bull. I think there is validity in a pre match warm up but don't wanna get worn out before the match

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CaptainOverkill isn't really living up to his username...

I stretch upper and lower body concentrating on shoulders/upper back and calves/hamstrings because that is what tends to cramp up for me.

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Short dry fire session at home before leaving for a match, more dry fire in the gun handling area just before the match.  Some dry fire between stages.

 

Light lower body and core stretching can be done whenever there are a few free moments.

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On 9/21/2017 at 3:10 PM, hwansikcjswo said:

 

I do some jumping jacks or jump ropes, lunges, leg swings, bear crawl, push-ups, lots of stretches. 

 

Hwansik touched on this in his range diary.  Not something that I typically do but combined with some dryfire the morning of I could see this helping stage 1 jitters a lot.

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