Humans are the only animals who think that holding a stretch is beneficial. But the reality is that some pains and tightness need a muscle activation rather than a deeper stretch. Allow Liam Harkness, Chief Therapist at The Stretch Clinic, to explain how you can use Activated Isolated Stretching (AIS) and muscle activation to strengthen and improve your muscles and get rid of those nagging pains you’ve been dealing with.
Gain Actionable Insights Into:
- What Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) is and how it works
- Exercises that you can do to make sure that the muscles in your body are engaged
- Whether your body is fine if you're not experiencing any pain
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