Are your stretching techniques in preparation for a football game
Right for you? There may be a better way for you to avoid injury.
There are many ways to stretch before a soccer game for the purpose of relaxing the muscles to avoid pain and injury while playing for the strict. It seems a number of techniques that stretch the sports medicine community to offer the state of the body after physical exertion. But these techniques are right for everyone?
AfterPlayed and coached soccer for over thirty years, I have all sorts of ways that amateur athletes go through stretching before a game and I've tried a few to watch me urging of others. I have never pursued with these routes methods, but because they interfere with a certain discomfort caused that seemed to play my game. Warming up for a game by stretching was not for me.
Most of the players stretch before a game, but there are a few of us to abandon this practice forour own warm-up techniques. It seems to me based on my observations over the years that the advocates for the long pre-game period extends to the players who took on all kinds of problems with my legs and knees and muscles and getting cramps suffered.
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I rarely have problems could have led to an injury or spasms of muscles, only twoor three times ever. I do not stretch before a soccer game does not. I recognize the importance of preparing the body for this type of exercise, but I go through a ritual that has remained with me virtually injury free except for (caused by the opponent during the game) and receiving works better for me. In fact, stretching does not have a positive effect on my performance or breach of inclination. The few times I stretched myself actually less effective.
The way I warmed up for eachsingle soccer match that I was ever played, and there were more than seven hundred of them by simply dribbling the ball a little bit too easy to trot over and then back and forth with another player and then under hard shot into the goal. To go through the motions of kicking the ball back and forth and running and shooting, this kind of thing, just nice and easy approach to the first and then harder than playing time.
Now I'm not mean to say that thisis the correct way to warm up for any kind of sport. We all have our own ideas about what the best way to condition for an upcoming sporting event, and I have always believed that what works for you is the right thing for you to do. But I have noticed that the soccer warm-up, who were in the same way as I was only slowly in the work with the ball without any kind of stretching before it, with the least problems with tight muscles and convulsions andthe like. Nothing scientific, just my observation over three decades.
I do not agree that there are advantages for the easy exercises for The Kinks out, if you are not active for some time, but if you in any kind of physical exercise on a regular basis, a severe strain period may not involve the best choice. Your body will tell you what is right for you by trying several warm-up techniques. Exactly how many ways do not work for me to get my methods for the non-heatedfor everyone, either. The key is to do something out to get away, both physically and mentally, before a football game without overboard.