Dynamic stretching refers to techniques that stretch the muscle by putting it through a range of motion. This is different than a static stretch, in which the muscle is stretched by a non-moving joint. In this routine, Erik demonstrates a progression of stretches He starts with slow-speed, light stretches and builds into fast-paced, full range of motion techniques. This routine can be added to the introduction of any exercise. Dynamic stretching is not meant to fatigue or build muscle; it is meant to serve as a “warm-up” to get the body ready for exercise.
Instructed by Erik Brierly
Video produced by Ray Fleser
Annotated by Ray Fleser
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