Warm-ups, sometimes called energizers or icebreakers, are short songs or chants that get your group fired up and ready to go!
This exchange is a place for you to find warm-ups that you can teach your council. Submit videos of your council members performing your favorite warm-ups to share with other councils across New Mexico. Advisors, please check your monthly NMASC News email to learn how to submit your council’s videos.
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If you are looking for the “cutest little warm-up…that you ever did see,” then here it is! It is a simple call and repeat warm-up that has some basic movements that are easy to follow. The speed increases over time as does how much is said each round.
This is a great warm-up to get students up and moving. This group of students added a twist by having students hide in the space and slowly add themselves to the group. This could be a fun way for officers or committee chairs to lead a warm up.