Duration of Maintained Hamstring Flexibility After a One-Time, Modified Hold-Relax Stretching Protocol.

@article{Spernoga2001DurationOM,
  title={Duration of Maintained Hamstring Flexibility After a One-Time, Modified Hold-Relax Stretching Protocol.},
  author={Scott G. Spernoga and Timothy L. Uhl and B. L{\"u}deritz G. Arnold and Bruce M. Gansneder},
  journal={Journal of athletic training},
  year={2001},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={44-48}
}
OBJECTIVE: Previous research suggests proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) stretching techniques produce greater increases in range of motion than passive, ballistic, or static stretching methods. The purpose of our study was to measure the duration of maintained hamstring flexibility after a 1-time, modified hold-relax stretching protocol. DESIGN AND SETTING: The study had a 1 x 1 mixed-model, repeated-measures design. The independent variables were group (control and experimental… CONTINUE READING
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