Daily Morning Stretch After Waking Up

Stretches are vital to performing after a workout. They help improve the range of motion, prevent injuries and promote muscular balance. It is described as “a movement or position in which a muscle is intentionally lengthened to its full range of motion.”
There are many different types of stretches, but the most common are: static, ballistic, and PNF.
Static stretching involves slowly moving your body into a position and holding it there for 15-30 seconds. It is important to hold the stretch for at least 15 seconds in order to fully lengthen the muscle.
Ballistic stretching uses momentum to force your body into a position and then release. This type of stretching is not recommended because it can lead to injuries.
PNF stretching is a combination of static and ballistic stretching. PNF standsThe Quad Stretch is important because it helps to stretch the muscles in the front of the thigh. It is a type of static stretch, which means that you should hold the stretch for at least 30 seconds. This type of stretch after a workout is beneficial because it can help to improve your range of motion and flexibility.
How to do the Quad Stretch:
Stand up tall and place your hand on a wall or chair for support.
Bend your knee and bring your heel up towards your buttock.
Grab your ankle with your hand and pull your heel closer to your buttock.
Hold the stretch for at least 30 seconds.
Repeat on the other side.
The Best Stretches to Do After Your Workout