Isometric stretching required, how do I fit it in?

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Isometric stretching required, how do I fit it in?

Postby Gym1 » May 15, 2013 14:27

Hi, I am 42 years old and train gymnastics class three times a week (at least 40 mins of cardio & conditioning). I also run two other days. I need to greatly improve my shoulder flexibility and also want to achieve splits three ways (I have my front left splits most of the time)! I bought your book stretching scientifically, which I find fascinating and gather I need to do isometric stretching! I'm just not sure where to fit it in, especially as I often feel a bit of muscle pain after a particularly intensive gymnastics class. Can I just do 15/20 mins of isometric stretching at home some days with no warm up? Thanks for your time.
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Re: Isometric stretching required, how do I fit it in?

Postby Thomas Kurz » May 15, 2013 22:13

Yes, you can.
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Re: Isometric stretching required, how do I fit it in?

Postby Gym1 » May 16, 2013 11:08

Thank you for prompt reply.
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