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Stretching Scientifically Book_Page 4_Static Active Flexibil

Postby paradigm » Aug 24, 2016 04:06

Hi;
In the Stretching Scientifically Book_Page 4, it says:
"An athlete's static active flexibility depends on the athlete's static passive flexibility and on the static strength of the muscles that stabilize the position.".

Question:

What do you mean when you say " the muscles that stabilize the position." ?
Do you mean muscles that stabilize the hip flexors, i.e. lower back and glutes ? or do you mean "the hip flexors" which do this movement ?


Thanks.
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Re: Stretching Scientifically Book_Page 4_Static Active Flex

Postby Thomas Kurz » Aug 24, 2016 20:06

paradigm wrote:Hi;
In the Stretching Scientifically Book_Page 4, it says:
"An athlete's static active flexibility depends on the athlete's static passive flexibility and on the static strength of the muscles that stabilize the position.".

Question:

What do you mean when you say "the muscles that stabilize the position." ?
Do you mean muscles that stabilize the hip flexors, i.e. lower back and glutes ? or do you mean "the hip flexors" which do this movement ?


No, I mean the muscles that stabilize the body's position.
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