09. May 2018 · Comments Off on Flexibility · Categories: News · Tags:

FLEXIBILITY Flexibility is a physical valence characterized by the movement to articulate, or amplitude of movement around each joint. In diverse sports and many daily activities, a good flexibility is necessary for the accomplishment with lesser risk of injury and greater motor efficiency. An excellent level of flexibility exists, where a low level of flexibility or very high level of flexibility is not recommended. In the first case, the low level of flexibility compromises the motor actions and increases the risk of injury due to little amplitude of movement and in as in case that, the very high level of flexibility, increases the instability of the joint, also increasing the probability of injuries. The way to improve flexibility is through the allonge, being able to be made through the static allonge, that is, without movement, it can be through the ballistic allonge, with insistences in the biggest reached angle and can be through method FNP, where after to reach the maximum angle, contractions with opposing force are carried through, increasing flexibility. The adaptations to the flexibility training go since neural and muscular aspects. As neural participation, the action of the allonge exists on the function of proprioceptores to articulate, that they facilitate the reach of bigger angles to articulate. In the muscular context, the deformations of the plastic components and elastic gifts in the muscle and the fabric conjunctive, increase the muscular elasticity. The ideal is to carry through allonges for all the corporal segments, or also they can be carried through with emphasis in regions that suffer to greaters tensions during the day.

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