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    So the general consensus is to avoid static stretching pre workout and do dynamic stretching instead. How about static stretching post workout? Some say static stretching is only good after a workout and some say to avoid static stretching altogether and do an easy cool down after your workout instead...what are your thoughts?

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    I do both before and static pwo
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      I do a more intense static stretching protocol after a workout and low-intensity static stretches on leg day before training legs. The pre-workout leg stretching is just to kind of loosen up and the stretching after is more about increasing flexibility.

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        Originally posted by Ken "Skip" Hill View Post
        I do a more intense static stretching protocol after a workout and low-intensity static stretches on leg day before training legs. The pre-workout leg stretching is just to kind of loosen up and the stretching after is more about increasing flexibility.

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        Well put....
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