What to do in physical therapy
It could be likened to the negative and positive poles that attract each other.
In physical therapy, it is called the upper and lower cross syndrome, as these muscle groups alternate on the cross (see Figure 1).http://www.ez9articles.appspot.com/article/antioxidants-against-cellulite
These two types of muscles are necessary to keep in balance, optimal stretching and strengthening, if not, there is a muscle dyes balance, injuries, back pain, excessive storage of fat or simply a malfunction of the body.
This time we will deal with the muscle group that is shorter and has a tendency to solidify.
* Obtaining a natural range of motion, which also affects the subsequent strengthening?
* Reduce muscle tension
* Reduce muscle pain during exercise and after
* Reduce the risk of injury during exercise
* Improving muscle regeneration and relaxation of the load
* May worsen motion perception
* Flexing, slowly and excluding rapid transitions from shortening to a significant extension Optimal time when the muscle will stretch and relaxation, is 15 to 30 seconds, if time is less muscle is released! * Flexing always in stable position (lying in, sit) in order to be perfectly relaxed muscle stretching * Size correct the fully controlled movement, the so-called voluntary control
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