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In the above equation, [t.sub.d] is the strain time, i.e., the time the film spends in the stretch gap during the stretching process, and [epsilon] is the elongation.
This flexibility program should consist of static or PNF stretching methods in which the stretch is held for 20 to 30 seconds and repeated three times.
Participants in the stretch groups performed an active static stretch of the right hamstring muscle group, for 30 seconds, three repetitions, once per day, five days a week, for six weeks.
Another reason athletes stretch is because they believe it helps to prevent or treat sore muscles.
Contract Relax: Passive placement of the restricted muscle into a position of stretch followed by an isometric contraction of the restricted muscle.
Williams, "Effect of intermittent stretch on immobilised muscle," Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol.
General and specific warm-up with dynamic stretch: This condition followed the same protocol as condition 1, however there was an addition of a sport specific warm-up, which included three-sprint specific exercises performed in random order.
USATF Stretch Study, August 2010,
Become disciplined to stretch by adding it to your daily routine or training programme.
Pacing--a stretch should be controlled and performed at a slow pace rather than quickly without focus or awareness.
A stretch film or stretch wrap dispenser is most often referring to a hand held tool used to dispense stretch film.
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Summary: This report provides a forecast analysis of the global stretch hood films market.