On Tuesday, 13, I participated in a weightlifting with my 11 a.m. class. We started the workout by doing a warm-up for about 30 minutes. The warm-up consist of dynamic stretching and other stretching to get your blood flowing. Generally, you like to warm-up up your body to prevent injuries, extreme soreness, or even muscle tears if you are not careful. After the warm-up, the class split up into groups of 3, where many types of lifts were taught. For example, Free bar weight, machine weights, and dumbbell curls. After roughly 20- 25 minutes each station, the class rotates to another exercise in the fitness lab. After one more shift, the class begins to start the cool-down process. Basically, the cool-down process is where you let your body cool down after a workout. It’s where you stretch or do some kind of movements so that your body will not tense up or catch a cramp. This is an important part of the workout because this helps prevents injuries.