Dynamic stretching

Dynamic stretching

Dynamic stretching are active movements of muscle that bring forth a stretch but are not held in the end position. The opposite of this is static stretching, consisting of stretching in which the position is held for any given amount of time. Examples includes lunges, jump squats, leg kicks, air squats

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