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Flexibility= Range of Motion ROM=
Mobility, Posture, and Balance Healthy Joints and Pain Management Muscle Relaxation Stress Relief Possible Reduction of Lower-Back Pain
Static Flexibility= Dynamic Flexibility= Stretch Reflex= Muscle Spindles (Stretch receptors)= Golgi Tendon Organ= Inverse Stretch Reflex=
Joint Structures Muscle Tendons Nervous System
Individual Factors: Genetics Gender Age Body Type Activity Level Health Status
GTO Golgi Tendon Organ
Frequency= Intensity= Time= Type=
Static Stretching (Active Stretch) http://youtu.be/Njx-wHXdQuc Dynamic Stretching http://bcove.me/d5ejbh7l Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) (Passive Stretch) http://youtu.be/4GWlJMSAlu4 Resistance Stretching http://youtu.be/SZEFg8fOqeE
Pilates http://bcove.me/h4a1bgi0 http://youtu.be/lLOwN2Feln4 Yoga Sundance Salutation http://youtu.be/rbJaj0Aqw5k
Muscular weakness, Inflexibility Imbalance Improper Posture and Body Mechanics Acute Trauma, Risky Occupations, and Medical Issues
Pelvic Tilt McKenzie Exercise http://youtu.be/wBOp-ugJbTQ
Abdominal CurlHamstring Stretches
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