Passive Stretching Exercises

Static stretching exercises are the exercises performed to relieve overall muscle tension and fully release the muscles and joints. They are stretches that are held in one position for a period of time, in order to target a specific muscle or group of muscles.

Passive Stretching

Static stretching is the most effective form of stretching for loosening up your muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons, while also improving flexibility and range of motion.

Dynamic Stretching

Dynamic Stretching is a type of stretching that is based on movement, which uses the muscles to stretch themselves. It is more so used as a warm-up for athletes, as it does not stretch the muscles to their fullest capacity, and works on activating them instead.

Static Stretching Exercises

Static stretching exercises are the exercises performed to relieve overall muscle tension and fully release the muscles and joints. They are stretches that are held in one position for a period of time, in order to target a specific muscle or group of muscles.

Stretching

Stretching is the act of releasing tension from the muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons, and gaining youth as you do so. Kika Stretch Studios looks at stretching as a way to find that ultimate relief you’ve been searching for.

Flexibility

Flexibility is the ability of the joints, or a group of joints, and muscles to move through a range of motion effectively unrestricted and pain free. There are so many benefits of flexibility, and finding increased flexibility will drastically improve your quality of life in the long run.

Dynamic Stretching Exercises

Dynamic stretching exercises are a series of active movements that allow the muscles and joints to go through a full range of motion in order to warm up the body.

Muscle Tension

Muscle tension is when your muscles stay partially contracted for a period of time, at first causing them to feel stiff and achy, and eventually leading to chronic pain.

Static Stretching

Static stretching is the most effective form of stretching for loosening up your muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons, while also improving flexibility and range of motion.

Muscle Soreness

Muscle soreness is when your muscles are tender or aching, due to exercise routines, overuse, disuse, a build-up of lactic acid, or medication. Muscle soreness is felt by exhaustion in the muscle fibers, but it should not be confused with muscle damage.