Ultimate Performance Conditioning DVD
covers it all with suggested routines to address specific
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report that must be read by every golfer
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people never remember being able to touch their toes no matter how much they
stretch and others can touch their toes even at age 70 without stretching. There
is also debate on the effects of stretching. Does it actually increase muscle
length or is it increasing our tolerance to the stretch?
also been posed regarding whether a stretch is actually occurring at the muscle
or is it the nervous tissue? It is still very common to see athletes of all
levels stretching before a competition even though recent research indicates
this may actually decrease performance.
There is also
little evidence to show that stretching will help prevent injury.
With all this
being said, flexibility is still very
important for both athletes and non-athletes. Certain muscles are prone to
tightness and others to weakness. Part of this can be from our daily postures
and work activities or bad habits we have developed in our training. If we
don't address these tight muscles we are at risk of developing imbalances,
injury, or just not reaching our full performance potential.
has also been identified as a reason for energy leaks. An energy leak occurs
when power generated is not fully transferred to the desired task. Limitations
in flexibility can be a weak link that
causes problems in other areas away from the tight muscle. Abnormal stress
may be placed on the ligaments, tendons, or muscles in remote joints. These
problems may not show up for a long time as the body is good at compensating
in order to accomplish its required tasks.