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Old 08-23-2014, 03:33 AM
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Hello everyone, I just joined the forum today. I found the website abcbodybuilding.com while searching for information on fascia stretching. I found and article that was copied from Jacob Wilson that was exactly what I was looking for. I'm hoping someone that uses the forum can point me to the best resource to learn more about it so I can incorporate it into my workout routine.

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Fascia Stretching is best done after a muscle is already very warm and pumped up. Basically, do your fascia stretching after you finished your workout for the muscle group you are targeting.

Fascia Stretching is also more intense than regular stretching. You want to work through the pain and try to stretch for at lease 60 seconds.
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Fascia Stretching is also more intense than regular stretching. You want to work through the pain and try to stretch for at lease 60 seconds.
Thanks Commmander, I'm understand what fascia stretching is but I don't know the stretches for each muscle. I found a lot of information on the subject published by John Parrilla. Now, to incorporate the stretches into my routine.
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