dynamic flexibility

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dynamic flexibility

flexibility displayed during movement.
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Workout 1: Flexibility And Dynamic Stretching Do each move for one minute.
2011) A review of the acute effects of static and dynamic stretching on performance.
Stretching: Incorporate dynamic stretching both before and after workouts.
In general, an active warm-up is more beneficial than a passive stretch prior to activity Research has shown dynamic stretching is more effective at improving performance than static stretching.
Synopsis: In "StretchSmart: Dynamic Stretching to Improve the Way You Feel and Move", Adam Weiss draws upon his more than twenty years of experience and expertise to can help his readers to expand their flexibility; regardless of their age, how out of shape, or stiff they are, and however many past attempts they have made to commit to a flexibility routine.
Description: Warming up can involve static and dynamic stretching, whether which one of the two will suit you better, this is an imperative activity to prepare your body for hard work.
Dynamic stretching involves moving the joint, muscles, and ligaments actively through their full range of motion to gain as much mobility as possible (see lower body dynamic stretch, below, in Moves of the Month).
In contrast, dynamic stretching exercises have positive effects on muscular performance and this has been attributed to a higher post activation potentiation (PAP) (11-16).
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