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The effects of stretching techniques on the flexibility of the shoulder, trunk, and hamstring muscles were compared in college men. Baseline measurements Leighton flexometer were obtained on 2 separate days prior to and following a 3-day per week, 6-week flexibility training program.
A 4x3 subject group x muscle group unweighted mean factorial analysis of variance for the difference scores post minue pre revealed significant p less than 0. Post hoc analysis showed that only the PNF group had flexibility increases Furthermore, reliability was generally higher for the post-training scores, and the variability between days was lower for the post-training scores of the shoulder and hamstrings p less than 0.
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Flexibility is the range of motion possible around a specific joint or series of articulations. Flexibility is specific to a given joint or movement. A person may not be able to function normally if a joint lacks normal movement. The ability to move a joint through an adequate range of movement is important for daily activities in general as well a sports performance. For example, a sprinter may be handicapped by tight, inelastic hamstring muscles since the ability to flex the hip joint will be limited, thus shortening stride length. Activities such as gymnastics, ballet, diving, karate, and yoga require improved flexibility or even the ability to hyperextend some joints for superior performance. On the other hand, most leisure or recreational activities require only normal amounts of flexibility.
Stretching and Flexibility
The effects of stretching techniques on the flexibility of the shoulder, trunk, and hamstring muscles were compared in college men. Baseline measurements Leighton flexometer were obtained on 2 separate days prior to and following a 3-day per week, 6-week flexibility training program. A 4x3 subject group x muscle group unweighted mean factorial analysis of variance for the difference scores post minue pre revealed significant p less than 0. Post hoc analysis showed that only the PNF group had flexibility increases