warm-down


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.

warm-down

light exercises performed to aid recovery from strenuous physical activity
References in periodicals archive ?
FERNANDO Alonso's Ferrari has was cleared by the FIA after a fuel issue forced him to stop on the warm-down lap at the end of the German Grand Prix.
Once I tried to explain the benefits of a warm-down, then someone said 'I'm a hod carrier, I'll be up a ladder at half past seven in the morning and right now, I'd rather have a pint'.
England always have to do a warm-down the day after so that was his warm-down.
Chelsea duo John Terry and Ashley Cole both went for warm-down sessions after forming part of the initial group meeting.
Fans were further angered by reports Hibs players were seen laughing and joking at New Douglas Park as they performed their warm-down.
James Anderson twisted his ankle in a warm-down during a Test in New Zealand two winters ago and left on crutches.
The Football Association further tested Manchester United's fragile patience with officialdom when its disciplinary panel's verdict on the great Stamford Bridge lawnmower affair was made public, following the decision to suspend Patrice Evra for his part in the warm-down shemozzle.
Brown said: "There's people dancing in the dressing room so we don't have to do a warm-down any more.
CHELSEA'S ground staff were involved in a post-match bust-up with Manchester United players during a warm-down session at Stamford Bridge.
Puncheswere thrown as they tried to do a warm-down on the pitch.
It is being claimed the incident occurred after the players' warm-down, when they were signing autographs and shirts for young fans.
We didn't train that day - we just came in for a massage and warm-down.