What we see in the man or woman who has narcissistic traits or even a diagnosed personality disorder is arrogance and preoccupation with themselves and their needs. The desire to be seen as essential, powerful and superior to others is a that requires quenching each and every turn. They search for people who use them a pedestal and revere their presence and intelligence. When those self same people will no longer view them like this, they dispose of them and proceed to the next individual. In order to receive the praise from individuals who they crave and desire, these are manipulative and will often tell lies in what they've got accomplished, who they may be and what you will or might be capable of achieving. For those people that the narcissist sees as being "lower" or "less valuable" than these are, the narcissist will treat these with disdain. The need to control individuals who are around them is very important for the narcissist. The woodwind section will glare in the drummers. The brass section sticks their noses up at them. And then they emerge about the field one day minus the drum line and you know what? No one can march for the life of them. No one can keep their steps. Lines are squiggling forward and backward. Formations which are once crisp and defined have become sluggish and bloated looking. That perfectly formed capital 'O' this rock band worked so difficult on a week ago now resembles a half-hearted 'U'. What is wrong with everybody? Warming up before starting training session sessions is always necessary. A proper warm-up way raises your heartrate, range of motion, circulation, and neural drive on the working muscles. Benefits of starting to warm up tend to be than merely loosen stiff muscles. When exercisers do it carefully, it may actually improve their performance. On the other hand, an improper warm-up, or perhaps no warm-up whatsoever, can greatly raise your risk of injury from starting exercise activities.