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Stretching for fitness

Postby Vellson » Sat Feb 09, 2013 5:19 am

Stretching must be part of everybody's everyday routine to help prolong your muscles and make everyday lifestyle easier. Stretching regularly can increase your range and motion in your joints. Here are some benefits of stretching.
Stretching improves your body pasture.
It also increases your bodies flexibility.
Stretching help the increase of the blood flow and nourishment to our muscles.
Stretching can overall increase your body balance and coordination.

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Re: Stretching for fitness

Postby Jenie » Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:58 am

Well, You have shave very helpful information. Stretching is one of the best way to keep fit body..
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Re: Stretching for fitness

Postby varanandy » Mon Mar 04, 2013 11:49 am

Stretching is one way that can help to be fit and to avoid diseases like Varicose Vein.



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Re: Stretching for fitness

Postby neilarey » Thu Oct 23, 2014 10:35 am

They completely help. Especially when incorporating deep breathing. Stretching helps strengthen your cardiovascular system by causing blood to be pumped through your body. It also helps combat a lot of problems people face such as stress, fatigue, sore joints/muscles/backs. Get a good stretching/yoga guidance and You will see a big difference in your energy levels and workouts.
Plus, if done in a peaceful setting, it can be very calming/grounding. Good for clearing the head of the daily stresses.

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Re: Stretching for fitness

Postby kevin06 » Tue May 02, 2017 11:23 am

Physical fitness is the ability in which your body can deal with day to day tasks at varying difficulty levels and tempos.

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