Spend at least five minutes on stretching. As you hold a stretch, the sensation of tightness should diminish. Stretch to the point when you feel a gentle pull on your muscle – before your start to feel discomfort. Do not bounce when doing static stretches; bouncing can result in a pulled muscle. Breathe out into the stretch and do not hold your breath. Each stretch should be held for approximately 15 to 30 seconds. If you feel pain or too much tightness, stop the stretch. Shake out your limbs in between stretches and do two to three stretches before doing the next exercise.
Types of Stretching
There are several types of stretching. These include Ballistic stretching, Dynamic stretching, Active stretching, Passive (relaxed) stretching, Static stretching, Isometric stretching, and PNF stretching. The most popular type of stretching is static stretching. It involves stretching a muscle to its furthest point and maintaining that position.
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