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Static Exercises Are A FormOf Isometric Exercises
Static exercises are most often the kind of exercises done when either warming up or cooling down from a workout.
This form of exercise is also called
Isometric exercises are high intensity muscle movements that don't more the joints.
The point is to put stress and load on the muscles (approximately 15 to 20 seconds) without going through a range of motion. The stretch should be held at a comfortable position, putting just enough tension to stretch, but should not to be painful.
Be careful not to bounce as this could cause injury to the muscle. It is recommended to do 2 to 3 sets of each exercise.
Several of the most common exercises include:
Inner thigh stretch
It is always recommended to start your workout with a warm-up and finish with a cool down and final stretch.
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