By Lexie Williamson
The Stretching Bible may help someone achieve mobility, increase carrying functionality, and forestall universal muscular accidents. A hugely functional name, it essentially explains the technological know-how, advantages and 'dos and don'ts' of stretching by means of more than a few stretches classified by way of physique half (quads, calves), job (working on the place of work, emerging within the morning), recreation (rowing, tennis) or damage (hamstring pressure, tennis elbow).
This e-book is illustrated with uncomplicated diagrams at first of every 'body half' bankruptcy to pinpoint the site of the muscle tissue to be stretched, and includes real-life case stories from athletes within the sport-specific part to provide an explanation for how stretching has better their functionality or lowered harm and professional critiques on stretching from physiotherapists, medical professionals and coaches.
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HEAD ROLL Make a continuous semi-circle movement with your head by first tipping your head to the right side by dropping your ear to your shoulder, looking down at your feet, then rolling your head around to the left shoulder. Move in slow motion. Don’t tip your head back. Repeat in the other direction. Repeat x 4. 2. HEAD TURN Rotate your head to the right, back to the centre and over to the left. Continue to turn your head from side to side. Move in slow motion. Repeat x 4. 3. ASSISTED ROTATING NECK STRETCH Stand or sit tall.
BASIC SEATED TWIST Sit with your legs out straight. Bend your left leg and step it over your right. Wrap your right arm around your leg and hug your leg into your body. Drop your left fingertips onto the floor behind your back and begin to rotate the torso to the left in stages: lower back, mid back and shoulders, and head. Repeat on the other side. BASIC LYING TWIST Lie on your back. Bend both legs, placing your feet flat on the floor. Stretch your arms out at shoulder height, palms facing upwards.
Grasp your right fingers and draw them back towards your palm. STANDING WRIST FLEXOR STRETCH Hold your right arm out straight. Lift your fingers and draw them back towards your body. KNEELING WRIST FLEXOR STRETCH From a kneeling position, lean forwards and gently prepare to place your palms on the floor in front of you with the fingers pointing back to your knees. Proceed to lay more of the palms onto the floor if this feels comfortable. KNEELING WRIST EXTENSOR STRETCH From a kneeling position, lean forwards and gently position the backs of your hands on the floor with the fingers pointing back to your knees.
The Stretching Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Improving Fitness and Flexibility by Lexie Williamson