Definition of warm-down in English:

warm-down

Syllabification: warm-down

noun

A series of gentle exercises designed to relax the body after strenuous physical exertion.
More example sentences
  • Warm-ups and warm-downs were swum on intervals.
  • There are warm-ups and warm-downs, pressure management talks, positive attitude sessions, gym regimes and massage routines to contend with.
  • But they did real warm-downs in those days, son, not like the pathetic imitations I see today.

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