Static Stretching

Stretching / Very Easy

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How to do the Static Stretching:

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The static stretching is a stretching exercise that primarily targets the quads and to a lesser degree also targets the abs, biceps, calves, chest, forearms, glutes, groin, hamstrings, hip flexors, lats, lower back, middle back, neck, obliques, outer thighs, shoulders, traps and triceps ...more

The static stretching is a stretching exercise that primarily targets the quads and to a lesser degree also targets the abs, biceps, calves, chest, forearms, glutes, groin, hamstrings, hip flexors, lats, lower back, middle back, neck, obliques, outer thighs, shoulders, traps and triceps.

The only static stretching equipment that you really need is the following: . There are however many different static stretching variations that you can try out that may require different types of static stretching equipment or may even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper static stretching form is easy with the step by step static stretching instructions, static stretching tips, and the instructional static stretching technique video on this page. The static stretching is a exercise for those with a very easy level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the static stretching video, learn how to do the static stretching, and then be sure and browse through the static stretching workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Perform static stretching at the end of your workout.
  2. Dynamic stretching should be performed before your workout as a warm up to loosen up your muscles and avoid injury.
  3. Be sure to not overstretch and possible pull your muscles. Stretch until you feel a tight feeling in your muscles and hold for the desired time. Over time you will become more flexible, take it easy and listen to your body.

Variations

  1. Perform dynamic stretching
  2. Perform foam rolling
  3. Use a stationary bike, walk or jog for a cool down or warm up.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation

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Tips

  1. Perform static stretching at the end of your workout.
  2. Dynamic stretching should be performed before your workout as a warm up to loosen up your muscles and avoid injury.
  3. Be sure to not overstretch and possible pull your muscles. Stretch until you feel a tight feeling in your muscles and hold for the desired time. Over time you will become more flexible, take it easy and listen to your body.

Variations

  1. Perform dynamic stretching
  2. Perform foam rolling
  3. Use a stationary bike, walk or jog for a cool down or warm up.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation