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    Static Stretching for Dynamic People by Nate Green - April 24th 2007

    Do you want to know how to prevent injury, fix nagging imbalances AND gain some extra strength? Static Stretching may be your answer.

    http://www.wannabebig.com/article.php?articleid=305

    Enjoy!

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    I enjoyed this article. In fact, I just finished my first session! It's more tiring than I would have expected, but I do feel loose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock Steady View Post
    I enjoyed this article. In fact, I just finished my first session! It's more tiring than I would have expected, but I do feel loose.
    Good stuff, man. Thanks!

    -Nate

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    Im confused. I thought dynamic prelifting and static at the end of lifting.. your saying static, then dynamic?
    We do dynamic warms as part of our warm up,most from the cressey/robertson dvd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inatic View Post
    Im confused. I thought dynamic prelifting and static at the end of lifting.. your saying static, then dynamic?
    We do dynamic warms as part of our warm up,most from the cressey/robertson dvd.
    i agree with you. if i do too much stretching, i feel stringy and weak during my workouts. i just do very minimal static stretching, hitting a few lower muscle groups for only about 10-15 seconds each, and then move on to a few dynamic stretches before training. i save the static stretching for a few hours before training, right after training, or before bed.

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