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Dynamic Stretching (via P A R A T U S FITNESS)

Just a reminder that dynamic stretching is important. This will post will coincide with my post on switching from being an afternoon runner, to a morning runner.

Dynamic Stretching Dynamic stretching is the use of movement to stretch muscles before a workout or athletic competition. It relies on momentum to engage the muscles, rather than holding a stretch at a standstill. Dynamic stretches are generally used to prevent muscle strain and to safely allow for swift, powerful movements by athletes. Athletes who play sports that require sudden movements from a standstill, such as track runners or baseball players, tend to be th … Read More

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