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1.
the worst punishment that a thrower can ever receive; death is often chosen instead of this cruel punishment

-- always the hardest part of any track and field workout
Coach- "Go do warmups!"

Thrower- "Bro, i don't know if i can finish the hardest part of the workout..."

Thrower Running Warmups- "Dude, I need a break!" (distance runners laugh) "No, seriously guys!"
por truethrower 03 de Março de 2011
 
2.
A warm-up is usually performed before participating in technical drinking game or exercising. A warm-up generally consists of taking 4 consecutive shots of liquor.Preferably Jägermeister.A gradual increase in intensity in physical activity (pulse raiser), a drinking mobility exercise, stretching and a drunk related activity.

History: The "warm-up"was originally introduced in early 21century, in Fresno, CA. As a group of friends decided to take 4 consecutive shots to feel the effects of alcohol as soon as possible. It was originally started with 4 shots of jägermeister then evolved with 4 shots of any type of liquor.
For example, before drinking or playing an intense drinking game one might drink 4 shots(warm-up) to warm muscles and increase heart rate. It is important that warm ups should be specific to the drinking game/session that will follow, which means that 4 shots warm-upshould prepare the muscles to be used and to activate the energy systems that are required for that particular activity.
por Ernest H 02 de Maio de 2011
 
3.
When a TAKEN woman obtains flattery from other men for arousal.
IN OTHER WORDS...
This is when a hard-to-please chick is at the club, and puts out that "you can have me" type of vibe. Naturally, guys will start to hit on her like crazy, but what these suckers are really doing is "warming her up," or getting her feeling all hot. When she's all hot, her boyfriend takes full notice, and takes her home for the rest of the night. This, my friends, is what I call a "warm up."
Looks as if my woman needs a warm up at the bar.
por h4n 04 de Outubro de 2005