Stretching after exercise

Stretching after exercise

Exercise can not only keep fit and lose weight, but also reduce stress, so it is more and more popular. But you need to stretch after exercise, so what are the stretching exercises after exercise?


1. Active stretching: it means that you stretch your trained muscles in a certain way without the assistance of others.
Advantages: it is convenient and convenient. You can do it independently without the help of others.
Disadvantages: it can't fully stretch some muscle groups of the body.
2. Passive stretching: with the help of others, stretch the muscles you exercise.
Advantages: the muscle stretch is fully in place, and the stretching effect is obvious.
Disadvantages: you need others' help to complete it.
3. Static stretching: maintain a certain stretching range between 30s and 60s during muscle stretching.
Advantages: safe and effective.
Disadvantages: no report yet.
4. Bouncing and stretching: the range of motion changes back and forth continuously in the process of stretching muscles.


Advantages: not obvious.
Disadvantages: unsafe, easily injured, general effect.

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