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What is Ballistic Stretching

Posted by Rene Harwood on

A ballistic stretch characteristically involves active muscular exertion and uses a ‘bouncing-type’ movement in which the end point is not held. It is frequently used in the pre-exercise warm-up; yet, it may possibly injure muscles or connective tissues, particularly when there has been a prior injury. Ballistic stretching typically triggers the stretch reflex that does not permit the involved muscles to relax and defeats the purpose of stretching.

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