static stretch

The most important choice is to find a stretch program that has a clear method, core principles, and certified fitness and wellness professionals.
It's true, where does the day go? Well, you start with 24 hours, and you're down to 16 or 18 immediately because you have to sleep. When do you get to workout?
This bodyweight squat, including some variations, activates so many positives in your movement patterns that you should really try and master it effectively and keep it with you for life.
Complement your triathlon program with focus on posture, strength, and mobility.
Stabilization of the lumbar spine and pelvis is necessary for any athletic endeavor or even just being healthy.
Use these drills to improve your movement pattern and increase your athletic performance.
Put flexibility first and watch your strength gains skyrocket.
If you have a chronically tight muscle, don't just stretch it. Find the root cause.
The triceps see action in almost every workout regimen. Are you taking care of yours during your cool down routine?
Many coaches have written off static stretching from their programs, but you should reconsider adding it to your routine.
We've heard the bad news about static stretching, but the alternative doesn't always work, either.
Two new studies broke the trend of negative research on the effects of static stretching.
By adding static and dynamic stretches to a sports program, coaches and trainers can greatly reduce the risk of injuries, while guiding their developing athletes to continue to perform optimally.
You might have heard static stretching before strength training can dampen performance. A new study found the same thing applies to endurance sports.
Recent studies have demonized static stretching, but not all the research is negative. Today's study looks at the effects of static stretching between exercises.
According to a new study, static stretching chronically weakened the muscles when performed both before and during exercise. However, it many well be the better choice for post-exercise.
The newest study suggests pre-workout static stretching decreases performance in adolescents. So should you ditch it altogether, or does it still have a place in your warmup?