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Stretching for Flexability

Do you stretch before and/or after martial arts training? You should! Stretching is an important part of any exercise routine, and it’s especially crucial when you’re engaging in martial arts. In this guide, we’ll discuss the benefits of stretching, how to properly stretch for martial arts, and the best ways to stay hydrated and get your daily dose of vitamins. Let’s get started! 
 
The benefits of stretching are well-documented. Stretching helps improve flexibility, range of motion, and can even help prevent injuries. When you’re engaging in martial arts, it’s important to have a good range of motion so that you can execute techniques properly. Stretching before and after training can help you maintain this range of motion and avoid injury. 
 
To get the most out of your stretching routine, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, be sure to hydrate! Drinking plenty of water will help your muscles stay healthy and prevent cramping. Second, get your daily dose of vitamins! Vitamins C and E are especially important for maintaining healthy muscles and joints. third, take your time! Don’t try to rush through your stretching routine. Hold each stretch for at least 30 seconds to give your muscles time to properly lengthen. 
 
By following these simple tips, you can make sure that you’re getting the most out of your stretching routine.  
 

Take your time and feel the stretch 

Stay Hydrated 

Replenish Nutrients 

 
Martial arts is a great way to get fit, develop self-defense skills, and have fun, so don’t let tight muscles hold you back! Stretch before and after training to stay healthy and prevent injuries. Drink plenty of water and take your vitamins, and you’ll be on your way to becoming a martial arts master in no time! Thanks for reading! 
 
Do you have any other tips for stretching before or after martial arts training?  
Share them in the comments below!  
 
And be sure to check out our other blog posts for more Martial Arts tips and tricks! 
 
There is more to the lesson above than staying hydrated and holding that stretch through the sizzle of Ferulic Acid but the fact that Artificial Intelligence wrote every word from a simple prompt inside of three minutes start to finish. 
 
Until now you might have thought to yourself “what a bland and cheesy, easy peezy” type of article and you would be thinking what most of us might. 
 
But if you did not know you would not know and you would shrug it off and just go off with your regular day. 
 
Until today 
Until Now 
 
A.I has been drafting stories for too many upon low and far too many upon high and now much of the story is artificial. 
 
How do we escape the Matrix we fell into? 
 
How do you unplug from the plugs that were plugged into you? 
 
Within an artificial existence the lies are telling you the truth and you believe them to be true. 
 
Within that reality what is the definition of self-defense?  
 
What are you in defense of? 
 
Some of us ask this question openly and often enough for it is discussion worthy. 
 
What is reality? 
 
Clarity comes from discussion and definitions come from questions. 
 
Within the whole of the fighting arts clarity should contain our solidarity of knowledge shared. 
 
Within this Fist Art we obtain long life and happiness. 
 
Our goals the are same, we carry a shared vision, and the mission holds many loyalties. 
 
Can we come together within a shared reality before AI rewrites us all? 
 
Discussions Define the Vision, The Vision manifest the Mission. 
 

Let us Define what we Defend

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Sean Harflinger

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