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    So you should only stretch after practice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.HoneyBadger View Post
    So you should only stretch after practice?

    Generally the recommendations are to warm up before, and stretch after or between workouts.
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    Here's an update if anyone cares:

    Tuesday I told the guy no Leg locks, no neck cranks and he said o.k. but with a laugh like he didn't know why I cared all of a sudden. Yesterday, I'm rolling with him, and he immediately goes for my leg. So I back out before he can even get a hold of my leg and try anything, and he shoots in on me, and I end up tapping from a neck crank.

    I told a purple belt about it afterwards and he said he'll watch the next time we rolled so he could tell the other guy not to do leg locks yet.

    And the kicker is that last week he was trying leg locks and a guy who I think is a blue belt, he was trying to achilles lock him, but his positioning was all fucked and he was attempting to make up for it with sheer strength. The blue let him tire himself out, then put on his own achilles lock, and WHAM, the white belt tapped out with an added shout.

    The Blue belt said "If you don't know how to do something, don't do it."

    What the hell is up with people just seeing things, not asking anyone ANYTHING about if it's o.k. to do or how to do it, and just cranking them in during sparring. It confounds the hell out of me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    Generally the recommendations are to warm up before, and stretch after or between workouts.
    That funky looking leg stretch feels really good on my thighs, but I know other stretches that give me the same stretch, so I guess I'll just stick to those.

    So run around, get warmed up, do drills, spar, than after class start stretching? (Since it's kinda all one work out per class)

    I've always heard that you should stretch your neck before rolling so that it's loose and you don't **** it up during a crank or a cranked guillotine.
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    'Static' stretching is what's associated with decreased strength.
    Some warmup exercises involve increasing range of motion.
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    Do you have a source for that statement? I've read that static stretches before a workout increase the chance of injury, but nothing similar to any stretches being associated with decreased strength(why/how would they?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    'Static' stretching is what's associated with decreased strength.
    Some warmup exercises involve increasing range of motion.
    Would an example of Dynamic exercise be doing triangle chokes in the air?

    So from the website that goodlun posted, static stretching is when you sit, straighten out your leg, an bend forward.
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    Static means 'not moving'. Dynamic implies moving quickly.
    Go do your homework.
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    O.K. haha well I thought maybe it could have had to do with the way a muscle you are stretching reacts to the stretch or something. Thought I'd ask to be sure.


    What do you think about these stretches?



    (They start at 8:05)
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    Quote Originally Posted by fitnesRtscholar View Post
    Do you have a source for that statement? I've read that static stretches before a workout increase the chance of injury, but nothing similar to any stretches being associated with decreased strength(why/how would they?).
    Google will give you all of the studies you need. The earliest one I found was from 1998.

    You know this makes your handle funny right?
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