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Stretching

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Stretching

  1. 1. Lloyd Dean Stretching
  2. 2. Objectives By the end of the lesson you should be able to: Describe the importance of flexibility training List the differing types of stretching; Static Active Passive Ballistic
  3. 3. Flexibility Range of movement possible at a joint By increasing range of movement, injuries can be prevented Performance can be improved Various different stretching techniques; Static Active Passive Ballistic
  4. 4. Static Stretching Stationary stretching 10– 40 Seconds slowly
  5. 5. Active Stretching Stretch with no assistance other than muscles Bring leg up and holding it there without anything Hold for 10 – 15 seconds
  6. 6. Passive Stretching Similar to static stretching but a partner or apparatus would supply force for stretch
  7. 7. Ballistic Stretching Trying to force a certain part of body beyond its normal range of motion Bounce stretching In unconditioned athletes, injury rates are high Ensure you or your clients are fully conditioned before attempting these stretches
  8. 8. Objectives You should now be able to: Describe the importance of flexibility training List the differing types of stretching; Static Active Passive Ballistic

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