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KEY POINTS:

1. There are two main types of stretches - Dynamic and Static - which have opposite effects on the body. 

2. Dynamic stretching (anything that stretches your muscle while moving) should be done before exercise as it increases blood flow, muscle temperature, and range of motion.

3. Static stretching (holding your muscle in a stretch for a period of time) should be done after exercise as it helps to align muscles and reduce tension.

Today’s Exercise: Stretching routines

Check out these dynamic stretches you can do before your workout and these static stretches you should do post-workout.


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