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    Looking for a good stretching routine. SRS

    Cant seem to find a good stretching routine for off days and post work outs so I don't feel as stiff and inflexible, I was curious would yoga basically work or some of that tai chi stuff or is there actual stretching routines specifically for agility and weight training...etc
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    Originally Posted by Realclout View Post
    Cant seem to find a good stretching routine for off days and post work outs so I don't feel as stiff and inflexible, I was curious would yoga basically work or some of that tai chi stuff or is there actual stretching routines specifically for agility and weight training...etc
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    https://sites.google.com/site/kaiser...-heart-of-yoga

    4 routines here are magnificent and can be done 15 min or so, or longer if you want to take it easy.
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    Originally Posted by jaxqen View Post
    Want a real routine not some guy filming in his backyard.
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    Originally Posted by VicDumbbells View Post
    https://sites.google.com/site/kaiser...-heart-of-yoga

    4 routines here are magnificent and can be done 15 min or so, or longer if you want to take it easy.
    Will, Have to check that out. Thank you, I normally do some foam rolling and like a hanging static stretch from a pull up bar and maybe a few other things but it doesn't feel like a real routine if that makes sense would like to be more knowledgeable...etc
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    Start at page 11. This is the same stretching routine Stew Smith teaches everyone going through his programming. He runs Heroes for Tomorrow so most of his clients are young guys looking to join the military and potentially special operations. I've been using this stretching routine exclusively for months now and it's a good one.

    http://site.stewsmithptclub.com/lowerbackplan.pdf
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    Originally Posted by GrouchyUSMC View Post
    Start at page 11. This is the same stretching routine Stew Smith teaches everyone going through his programming. He runs Heroes for Tomorrow so most of his clients are young guys looking to join the military and potentially special operations. I've been using this stretching routine exclusively for months now and it's a good one.

    http://site.stewsmithptclub.com/lowerbackplan.pdf
    Thank you, I'll check that out as well.
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