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Master Butterfly Stretch with Kinesiological Stretching Principles

Master Butterfly Stretch with Kinesiological Stretching Principles

We improve progress and evolve when we step out of our comfort zone. This applies to everything in life. Stretching techniques are no exception. If the old one is not getting you any further, it makes sense to try something new. Sometimes new is different, often too different for a comfortable transition. For this reason when we bring new ideas to the table, we can also keep parts of the old ones, too. Today we will do the same for people who spend years doing relaxed stretches. We will take a common stretching position called The Butterfly and apply a Kinesiological...

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"I try the stretch. BUT... I feel it in the WRONG Place", Please help!

Have you ever had this happen to you? You try a stretch, and you don't even feel it, where you should feel it. You feel it somewhere else! What's up with that? It can be a bit discouraging to want to target a specific muscle and not only feel it there, but to feel it elsewhere. There are many reasons for this. Knowing them will help you deal with this issue and possibly help you improve your flexibility practice. Below we discuss different reasons why you may feel it in the "wrong" place. 1. Nerve Stretching Yes, nerves can be...

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Overstretching for the Kicks. You need more flexibility than you think you do.

So how much flexibility do you really need? So you want to kick to the head level or above?  If you can do full split is that enough for a 180 degree kick? Is being able to stretch to your buddy's head, enough to kick him to the head? The answer is no.  See the video and read further explanation below:   Muscle resistance starts long before the end range. How high can you lift your arm overhead? Can it go higher if someone helped you? Chances are: Yes. That is because your lats and other muscles pull down, like elastic...

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The Symbiosis of Strength and Flexibility

The Symbiosis of Strength and Flexibility - they help each other survive, grow and prosper. A flexible athlete can produce more force and a strong athlete becomes flexible faster. Any Dancer, Martial Artist, Gymnast and any other athlete knows this. The list extends to swimmers, javelin throwers, baseball pitchers, and the list goes on and on.   However we are here at EasyFlexibility to talk about Flexibility training, and the best way to develop it, keep it and use it. Everyone who trains EasyFlexibility knows by now that adding strength exercises to stretching, hastens the results, protects form injury, etc....

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True Front Split Martial Arts vs Dance Variation

True Front Split Martial Arts vs Dance Variation

Open Front Split may not be as pretty as a Squared Front Split or a Side Split, but it sure gets work done. Called by another name a Turned Out Front Split, is an important foundation for many disciplines such as Dance, Martial Arts, and Figure Skating. Various techniques in these and other sports and disciplines can benefit greatly from this Split. However an Open Front Split is really two splits. One resembling more of a Side Split and the other more of a True (Squared) Front Split. Can you Spot the difference? For example a dancer performing a penche...

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