When it comes to wrestling properly warming up is key to avoiding injury. Most of the time watch wrestling warm-ups could be considered normal workouts for people who aren't wrestlers. The reason for this is that wrestlers have to be in better shape than everyone else. There are few warm-up exercises that you can do to get your team ready for practice.
You'll first want to start off by having the wrestlers run in circles around the mat. By having them jog around you will be able to get their heart rate up and ease them into the rest of the workout. After they jog for certain amount of time the easiest exercise to go right into is skipping, which is also referred to as cherry pickers. The reason they're called cherry pickers is because while the wrestlers are skipping they need to reach up with their arms as if to grab cherries off of trees.
Once the skipping is done, you'll want to have them shuffle to the inside while still moving around the mat in circles. You'll then want to have them shuffle to the outside. After they complete the shuffling then you will want to move into another related exercise which are karaoke's. Make sure they do karaoke's both to the inside and outside of the mat. When they are doing karaoke's make sure that they are getting their hips high enough. Part of the benefit of doing karaoke's is to loosen up the hips and make them more flexible.
Forward rolls, cartwheels, and front handsprings are the next things that you want to have them do. It should go without saying that they do these exercises on the mat. The way that it's easiest to have them do it is to have them jog three sides of the mat and on the longest side have them do these exercises. The reason that you want to have them do these exercises are to increase their agility, mobility, and body awareness. Body awareness in wwe smackdown results is critical.
After this is all done, you'll want to finish the warm-up with sprints. The easiest way to do this is to have them start to jog around the mat in a circle. On your commands, you tell them to sprint. You'll have them sprint for 30 seconds at a time. Then once the 30 seconds is up, you'll have them jog. Then you'll have them sprint again for 30 seconds having them jog afterwards once they are done. This can be done for as long or short as you want. Once the sprinting is done, make them walk around the mat once or twice to cool down from their warm-up.