Effects of secondary warm up following stretching

@article{Pearce2008EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of secondary warm up following stretching},
  author={Alan J Pearce and Dawson J Kidgell and James Zois and John S. Carlson},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={105},
  pages={175-183}
}
Evidence suggests that static stretching inhibits muscular power. However, research does not reflect practice whereby individuals follow up stretching with secondary activity. This study investigated muscular power following stretching, and after a second bout of activity. Participants (n = 13) completed 3 randomized testing sessions which included a 5 min warm-up, followed by a vertical jump (VJ) on a force platform; an intervention (static stretching, dynamic, or control), followed by a… CONTINUE READING
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