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Jason marked it as to-read Nov 18, Be the first to ask a question about Facts and Fallacies of Fitness. No movement fallaceis possible without a certain degree of flexibility.
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You are commenting using your WordPress. Derek rated it it was amazing Aug 23, For example, to improve flexibility of a particular joint, one could warmup first by performing the chosen exercise at low intensity and low speed for ffacts high number of repetitions over a gently increasing range before gradually increasing the range of movement and the resistance.
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Ryan George rated it it was amazing Apr 02, Emrah marked it as to-read Oct 16, Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Paperback6thpages. Exercise proficiency and safety is determined by static and dynamic flexibility, but, sicf specifically the ability of the soft tissues associated with a joint to withstand deformation and protect the joint, to absorb shock loading, to store elastic energy for subsequent use in explosive movements, and to exhibit static and dynamic strength over racts adequate range of movement.
In doing so, it is important to remember that no joint or muscle is intended strictly for operation in one direction, so that it is essential to follow three dimensional patterns of movement which are characteristic of all normal movement. To ask other readers questions about Facts and Fallacies of Fitnessplease sign up.
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