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Science of stretching

Michael J. Alter

Science of stretching

by Michael J. Alter

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Human Kinetics Books in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stretch (Physiology),
  • Joints -- physiology,
  • Movement,
  • Muscles -- anatomy & histology,
  • Muscles -- physiology,
  • Physical Education and Training

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael J. Alter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP310.S77 A45 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 243 p. :
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2374776M
    ISBN 100873220900
    LC Control Number87002952

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Dec 09,  · The Science of Stretching [Alex Reid] on gedatsuusakendodojo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Science of Stretching is a research-based book that brings together the scientific principles of many different modalities of stretching and its application to the general and sporting populations.

The book reviews static stretching5/5(1). Thomas Kurz is the author of Flexibility Express, Stretching Scientifically, Secrets of Stretching, and Science of Sports Training and co-author of Basic Instincts of Self-Defense.

He also translated from Polish to English book by Tadeusz Starzynski and Henryk Sozanski, Cited by: Sep 06,  · The found “overwhelming evidence” of “no significant effect,” and that is certainly no surprise for anyone who had been watching stretching science over the years.

BACK TO TEXT; Damasceno MV, Duarte M, Pasqua LA, et al. Static Stretching Alters Neuromuscular Function and Pacing Strategy, but Not Performance during a 3-Km Running Time-Trial. Stretching is a fundamentally important part of sport and exercise, playing a role in improving performance, and preventing injury and rehabilitation, but its scientific underpinnings have, to this point, been overlooked in book publishing.

The Science and Physiology of Flexibility and Stretching is the most up-to-date and comprehensive book to. "Science of Stretching" explains the scientific basis of stretching so that readers can apply stretching principles and techniques.

Through illustrations, diagrams, charts, and figures, author Michael Alter clearly explains the physiology, neurophysiology, mechanics, and even the psychology of stretching.4/5. The Science of Stretching Webinar offers an introduction to biomechanics and the related vocabulary provide a foundation for a lively discussion on all things stretching.

Learn what we know (and don’t know) about how stretching works and what the benefits and drawbacks of flexibility training include. All stretching is ineffective if it is performed when the body is cold, and should therefore be preceded by a series of warm-up exercises to increase tissue temperature.

Muscles and tendons have a neural reflex arc that prevents excessive stretching, or tension developing. Gain a well-rounded understanding of the principles underlying stretching and flexibility with the updated third edition of Science of gedatsuusakendodojo.com practical text includes illustrated stretching exercises with a concentration on muscle structure and the technical nature of stretching.

You will learn about the principles and clinical aspects of flexibility, the factors limiting flexibility /5(2). Examines the difference between therapeutic and recreational stretching; Focuses on the use of stretching in conditions where individuals experience a loss in range of movement (ROM) Explores what makes stretching effective, identifying behaviour as a main driving force for adaptive changes.

This book: Highlights meaningful, evidence-based applications and examples of yoga and/or stretching. Provides guidelines for non-researcher’s critical interpretation of research, helping them to avoid making poor choices based in well-worn beliefs and hackneyed assumption.

WELCOME to STRETCH BODY LAB. A brand new boutique stretch facility located in historic Gastown, Vancouver. We have developed an assisted, adaptive stretch modality involving both Strain-Counter-Strain (SCS) stretching and Active Myofascial Release (AMR).

The book is first rate, full of clear photographs and detailed instructions for each stretch. The book is sensibly divided into sections dealing with stretches for different areas of the body. The textual beginning sections address the science of stretching, different kinds of stretching, the philosophies behind them, and the pros and cons of each.

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Though there are many forms of stretching (Figure 1), static stretching appears to be the most common type prescribed in post-exercise cool-down routines. Stretching is also classified as either acute or chronic.

Acute stretching typically refers to a single stretch usually lasting >seconds or less [4, 5]. He told me that stretching and flexibility are critical factors in fitness.

Stretching also helps prevent injury to muscles and joints. This book explains a lot of different stretches, sport specific stretches, strength training stretches and even has a bit on nutrition and back /5.

The Science of Stretching is a research-based book that brings together the scientific principles of many different modalities of stretching and its application to the general and sporting populations.

When Bob Anderson first published his Stretching Book inthe science of fitness awareness was in its infancy. Today, with over 3 million copies sold, the Stretching Book has become one of the most popular fitness works of all gedatsuusakendodojo.com pages that feature 1, illustrations, the Brand: Stretching.

Nov 01,  · Stretching is a fundamentally important part of sport and exercise, playing a role in improving performance, and preventing injury and rehabilitation, but its scientific underpinnings have, to this point, been overlooked in book publishing.

The Science and Physiology of Flexibility and Stretching is the most up-to-date and comprehensive book to Book Edition: 1st Edition. She is continuing her education in the Fall as a graduate student pursuing an MS in Exercise Science. As a member of the Varsity Cross Country and Track programs at GW she has used active isolated stretching techniques as part of her daily pre and post run routine for the past four years.

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Biaxial stretching of film: principles and applications provides an overview of the manufacturing processes and range of applications for biaxially stretched films.Apr 25,  · Bob Anderson is the world's most popular stretching authority.

For over 35 years, Bob has taught millions of people his simple approach to stretching. Bob and his wife Jean first published a home-made version of Stretching in a garage in southern California in The drawings were done by Jean, based on photos she took of Bob doing the /5(93).The Science of Stretching is a research-based book that brings together the scientific principles of many different modalities of stretching and its application to the general and sporting populations.

The book reviews static stretching, dynamic stretching, ballistic stretching, vibration platform, PNF, myofascial release, Pilates, and Yoga, as well as post-operative, chronic, and acute injury.