One reason is to keep your muscles warm so that when you need them, they are ready to go and will not seize up and fail you.
Yes, basketball players warm up before they play.
You can't be serious.
No it is a way to warm up, but is not a game
Warm-up, stretch, think about basic fundamentals.
It means you can use a lot of the players on the bench without having to worry about them messing it up.
to keep their muscles/arms warmed up for the game
There are eight basketball people on the team and we warm up together
The guys will start to warm up and or the buzzer will go off
I would say about 60% or 70% of your one rep max on bench warm up with 50% or you can burn out by starting with 80% then 70%, 60%, 50% then you can do push ups to finish with. of cousre warm up first then do 80%. Reps should be till failure. (have a spotter)
I'm 13 yrs old and I'm 111 and when i bench press i usually bench 80-110. Jorgie145- A good reference to use is if you can bench you own weight about 10 times. You are considered more "elite" when you can bench twice your body weight or more.
there should be five players on each team and usually seven on the bench.
When you have a bench in front of you, a bench step up is when you step up onto the bench, take that foot off to replace with another foot, then back down.