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Passive stretching

                                                                Picture source: source Passive stretching is a form of stretching where you use an external force or assistance, such as a partner, a strap, or gravity, to help you stretch your muscles. This type of stretching is great for improving flexibility, as it helps to lengthen and relax the muscles while minimizing the risk of injury. Here are some tips on how to improve your flexibility using passive stretching: 1. Warm up: Before you begin any passive stretching routine, it is important to warm up your muscles to prevent injury. This can be done through activities such as jogging, jumping jacks, or dynamic stretching. A warm-up helps to increase blood flow to the muscles, making them more pliable and ready for stretching. 2. Hold each stretch for at least 30 seconds: To effectively improve flexibility, it is important to hold each stretch for at least 30 seconds. This gives enough time for the muscles to relax and lengthen. Yo