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This short workout builds muscle and connects your body and mind without equipment
I tried some PNF stretching, aka PAILs and RAILs—and it works.
«Dynamic stretching is when you move into and out of a stretch, or you can think of it as actively moving through a range of motion.»
Let’s clear up some confusion on stretching.
A stretching routine is not just for athletes. Stretching helps our muscles and joints stay flexible and strong so we avoid damage and pain.
You don't have to run a marathon to get the benefits of exercise. Stretching and range of motion exercises slowed cognitive decline as well as aerobics, a new study found.
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