Perhaps the two most common types of stretching are static stretching and dynamic stretching.
1. Static stretching refers to holding the end range of a stretch for an extended period of time. Usually 30 seconds to one minute.
Static stretching is recommend post workout and in between workouts. Static stretching is least advised directly before a workout.
2. Dynamic Stretching involves taking your joints through a range of motion without holding the stretch. This stretching type is ideal for warming up the body prior to activity. Dynamic exercises are often measured by a certain amount of reps, or a short distance. (drills)
Choose a balanced approach to improve flexibility!
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