anonymous
  • anonymous
hey guys I have been working on this on Friday until now someone lease help A. Stretching a muscle beyond its usual maximum extension B. Each muscle must be stretched individually to improve flexibility C. Slow, controlled movements through a full range of motion, best for warm up D. Holding stretches for 20 seconds, best for cool down E. Small but consistent increases in range of motion 15. Overload (1 point) 16. Progression (1 point) 17. Specificity (1 point) 18. Dynamic (1 point) 19. Static (1 point)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. Stretching a muscle beyond its usual maximum extension - Overload B. Each muscle must be stretched individually to improve flexibility - Specificity C. Slow, controlled movements through a full range of motion, best for warm up - Dynamic D. Holding stretches for 20 seconds, best for cool down - Static E. Small but consistent increases in range of motion - Progression
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  • anonymous
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