6 Dynamic Stretches (Infographic)

6 Dynamic Stretches (Infographic)

Dynamic Stretching also known as active stretching involves taking a muscle through its entire range of motion, starting with a small movement and gradually increasing both movement range and speed. It helps to increase heart rate and blood flow, and wake up the central nervous system. (walking lunges with and without a rotation, lunging and reaching, glute bridges, stepping to balance, power skipping, butt kicks, etc.)

Best done: We recommend dynamic stretching before every activity and if we are talking GPP and injury prevention, we recommend practicing dynamic stretching every morning or at least 4-5 times a week. Info2

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