Stretching Before Exercises reduces risk of injury Fact or Fable? 1
Before the stretching exercises it reduces to the risk of injuries - Reality or fable?
The boring routines of stretching before entering to play the sport, or to make the training are certainly something that much people, including to me to me always they have detested. Then the question is - does stretching before the exercise really can help?
According to a study published in Medicine the Clinical Magazine of Sports it is not thus. Good thanks to the kindness of the right?
But it hopes
it must have been a reason for which we made all the sections no? The idea was that somehow to prevent or to diminish the risk of injuries, but apparently that the thought was not supported by the scientific evidence really.
To tell the truth the only time that an pre-exercise of routine stretching showed no benefit was when along with a heating before the present stretching.
5 reasons for which the stretching before the exercise does not prevent the injuries.
1. soft weave injuries are more probable that it takes place through immobilization.
2. Exercises in the prolonged periods muscle are not required such as to run to see no real benefit of stretching before the exercise.
3. Most of the muscular injuries one thinks that they take place during the eccentric movement of an exercise (the negative repetition), and the stretching does not work in benefit of this part of the movement.
4. The stretching can cause damage to level of the exoskeleton. The exoskeleton is a dynamic structure
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