Pre-fatiguing the muscles can be key to having a great workout. Pre-fatiguing is different than warm ups and these moves need to be light movements that show up at the beginning of the training session. They don’t tax the nervous system but do get some local fatigue in the muscles. They drive blood and nutrients to the working muscle groups before you get into your heavier lifts for the day. Warm ups often have a range of motion and mobility focus to them as well as core temperature and overall blood flow quality.
These pre-fatigues are more focused on getting local muscle contractions and fatigue. Stay light on the movements but heavy enough to get you sweating without burning out your muscles. Try the circuit above before you lift heavy and you will be pleasantly surprised how well you can recruit muscles needed for you lifts.