In this article, we look at the Benefits Of Stretching Before Exercise.
Stretching should be incorporated into everyone's exercise routine. Unfortunately, a large number of people neglect to stretch before taking part in exercise and suffer as a result.
But why is stretching so good for us? We have provided below a list of the main benefits that stretching has on our bodies.
Taking part in regular stretching improves the body's circulation by increasing the blood supply to your joints. The improved blood supply will, in turn, improve the transportation of nutrients around the body.
Stretching will improve bad posture caused by a lack of flexibility. Stretching the muscles around the lower back, chest, and shoulders will loosen any tight muscles and cause a better alignment of the back.
Ever wondered why all those footballers spend hours stretching before a game? Well, it’s not just to show off. Stretching regularly increases the flexibility of your muscles. A flexible muscle has far less of a chance of being injured in comparison to a rigid muscle.
When your muscles are well stretched out they carry a lot less tension and stress. A good example of how a simulated set of muscles can make you feel great is the feeling you get after a great massage.
Regular stretching improves muscles flexibility, range, and joint motion. People often comment after just a few weeks of stretching how they can move easier and feel better.
If you would like some more guidance on the benefits of stretching before exercise you can gain access to the hyperbolic stretching program here.