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You may find this guide to stretching useful.
Getting into the habit of stretching your major muscle groups after each workout can be a good way to begin a routine of stretching.
Regular, steady stretching exercises can reduce muscle spasm and help lengthen the muscle-tendon unit.
You can return to the stretching or be finished with OR-Stretch.
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Isometric stretching — In this type of stretching, you get into a static stretch position, then gently contract the stretched muscle.
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