What are some stretches that make you more agile, flexible, and faster?

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simron shukla asked 09-Mar-2018 in Health by simron shukla
What are some stretches that make you more agile, flexible, and faster?

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akriti kashyap answered 21-May-2018 by akriti kashyap

Flexibility is naturally gained not by stretching, instead of by reducing tension levels. 

What are some stretches that make you more agile, flexible, and faster?
These levels are stored as programs in the lower brain and can be shifted by the cortical area in the brain.
So when this is cortically reset, you gain more mobility which leads to greater or natural flexibility - which is what animals are doing.
Agile - no argument animals, on the whole, are agiler than many humans.
That happens because they set it up by not stretching, instead, they go cortical and allow for length to occur as they regain motor control.
Look here.
After all, if you stretch a piece of steak, watch how it’ll re-contract and go back to the known set point. That memory of the program is still there, weird huh?
And to become faster, well the easier or freer it is to move, then we can at least become quicker because we are beginning from a place where tension levels have been reset to neutral or at least lower than they were before.
What are some stretches that make you more agile, flexible, and faster?
And if you carefully watch his downward dog - you’’ll see the shift in motor control in the release - which is where the goods are at.
In fact, you can get greater range of motion, by not going for range of motion.
Well, you have to learn (or rediscover) how to become cortically aware and use the brain and body together as it is designed when you pay more attention to the quality of movement on the way to being agile and faster which is what you’re after, right?
So all animals are setting up their ability to move by reducing tension (cortex) and at the same reminding the neuro-muscular function in their movement system as to coordinating internal links along with being aware of how we can counterbalance, ie lower brain stuff simultaneously.
… which is why we don’t see them using foam rollers. ; )
They keep reminding their nervous system to shift the signal back to more relaxation, thus affording the ability to move with graceful ease, power, agility and balance.

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