Posted On:11/01/2007 6:25pm
The link in the OP isn't working for me, plz fix
Posted On:11/01/2007 8:13pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
Aw ****, they took the link down.
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Posted On:11/01/2007 9:39pm
I'm guessing this is the link?
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Originally Posted by Axelton
Exactly man. I was an avid static stretcher till I realized it is useless as it made my muscles clumsy right after doing them. PLus if someone attacks you, are you gonna say "Wait, let me stretch first."?
Agreed. Reading Kurz helped me understand the physiology behind when I felt pain when kicking right after static stretching.
I use PNF and dynamic stretching these days. I normally do it in depth once a week and I can kick over my head with relative ease.
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Posted On:11/01/2007 11:13pm
Style: Wing Chun, Hung Gar
I just fixed the stretching link.
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Posted On:11/02/2007 1:34pm
Style: Wu style tcc+bjj
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I just started looking at some dynamic stretching. It looks like a bunch of silly repetitive motions. (Sorta like qigong.)
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Posted On:11/02/2007 2:59pm
Style: Muay Thai, Judo, BJJ
This is the R3al usuage for the horse stance.
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