Stretching before and after exercise is necessary for your body. First, it will not take much time, literally 10−15 minutes, but the benefits will be enormous. Muscles after training will not hurt so much, and even the most difficult exercises will be given to you with ease.
Many experts believe that stretching helps with high tension in the muscles. If suddenly, the next day after a workout, you realize that the pain in the muscles is so severe that it makes your movements difficult, then stretching will have an effective and regenerating effect.
Body flexibility is something that you need to constantly develop. The plastic body retains its youth, as you have noticed in many, joints start to hurt with age, the posture gets worse, gesticulation is averaged, and stretching can slow down the aging process.
But how to perform stretching? Many fitness trainers believe that stretching (the one that involves heavy movement) should be done before training to stretch the body and prepare it for physical exertion, and static stretching should be done after to relieve tension and relax the body.
Here are a few sequences of stretch marks that you can practice during workouts:
Before cardio training, such as jogging, it is recommended to stretch the core muscles of the legs, starting with a light run. You can also start with yoga.
Then train yourself to stretch in a sitting position to restore heart rate and restore breathing.
Before you take the dumbbells and start training, the best combination of dynamic and static stretch marks. Start warming up your body with a 10-minute run on the treadmill or jumping on the simulator, then at the end work through the individual muscle groups that were pumped during training.
Dancing is a whole body workout that involves all muscle groups, although sometimes you don’t even notice it. It is best to start with a dynamic stretch to pick up a fast pace and not get tired during class.
After an active warm-up for 4–6 minutes, blood flow improves, muscle elasticity and heart rate increase, which sets the body to a tight workout. Likewise, a slower statistical stretch of 4 to 6 minutes at the end of the workout allows the heart rate and breathing to recover.