An easy-to-do non-invasive stretching routine can change your life for the better – no matter what your age more
Definitely not. An elderly person trying to do a stretch being performed by a 20 year old athlete can do serious harm. Stretching is possibly the least understood and most under-utilized tool avail.. more
Studies found that warming up by itself has no effect on range of motion, but that when the warm-up is followed by stretching there is an increase in range of motion. The findings indicate that warm.. more
Studies do support that range of motion can be increased by a single twenty to thirty second stretch for each muscle group most days of the week. However, some people may require a longer time for v.. more
It is important to start on a stretching routine that suits your particular needs. For this reason, you will find that our stretching routines fall into different categories related to age, sport or.. more
The two most common stretches are the “Static” and the “Ballistic” stretch.
Static stretches are a bit easier to do and appear to have good results.
Both systems are fine if you take care not to.. more
Yes, there certainly are. Stretching is extremely relaxing and most athletes use stretching exercises to maintain a balance in body mechanics.
Combined with correct breathing techniques (Refer to.. more
- Stretches for the Beginner
- Stretches for the Elderly
- Sitting Stretches
- Stretching for Teens
- General Stretches
- Stretches for various sports
- Stretches to alleviate Back Pain
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