Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Dynamic Stretching Exercises For Runners | New Blog Post

Here is another new blog post over at dynamicstretchingexercises.com by choy82. This post is about dynamic stretching exercises for runners I actually know of a few friends who do a lot of running and two of them acutally do this as a Sport. I emailed them this link because this blog post has some really awesome scientifically backed warm up dynamic stretches. If you get a spare moment, check this out.

Monday, 8 July 2013

Dynamic Stretching Exercises For Soccer Players | New Blog Post

I just created a new blog post over at dynamicstretchingexercises.com about dynamic stretching exercises for Soccer players If you play Soccer yourself or know of someone who does then feel free to pass this on. None likes to get injured during any Sport and a lot of muscular injuries can be prevented if a proper stretching routine is put in place. I still see a lot of Coaches out there use static stretching for warming up their players. No! No! No! This should be used soley for cooling down post match, please use dynamic stretching for warming up pre game. All the Scientific evidence points towards the dynamic stretch approach. If you want your players to perform at their best every game and prevent them from injuring themselves then visit the webpage above and put to use the information contained within. I have also included a youtube video for those who learn better from visualizing rather then reading.

Sunday, 7 July 2013

New Website Launched | Dynamic Stretching Exercises | The Way You Should Be Stretching

Just a quick update post on a new Website Blog I just created about dynamic stretching exercises. For those into Sport or Personal Fitness, you will find some very interesting information regarding which type of stretching routine warm ups you should be doing pre.

I have personally experimented with dynamic stretching and I must say my sports performance has improved dramatically. Like many, I used to perform on the spot static stretching before exercise but this is Scientifically proven to make you under perform and can increase your chances of muscular injury. The static type stretches are designed to cool down your muscles and hence makes much more sense to do post Sport/Exercise.

Instead try for yourself performing dynamic stretching and you'll notice a difference in your ability to last longer at your peak. This type of stretching increases blood flow and oxygen to your major muscles and warms them right up, lowering the risk of injury by an incredible 72%. I don't know about you but I like those odds :-)

Interested? & want more information? Visit http://www.dynamicstretchingexercises.com Be sure to leave your comments.