PNF Stretching Techniques

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Phases and Techniques of PNF Stretching

1.)  Hold then Relax

2.)  Contract then Relax

3.)  Hold then Relax Then Contract

PNF stretching can utilize active or passive stretches - depending on which technique above you are using.  To learn more about isometric contractions and PNF stretching as well as active, passive, dynamic and static stretching, check out of Stretching and Flexibility Certification today!

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