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Shaped By Fitness - Part 2

Published on 4/16/2019
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Sometimes when times are hard, it seems that being stretched is more like medieval torture.  Emotional stretching can be so painful, especially when it requires sacrifice and redirection.  But I believe with all of my heart that when we are stretched beyond what we think we are capable of handling, God makes us stronger than ever before.

The same is true for physical stretching.  We bring honor to God when we care for our physical bodies and stretching - even though it can be hard, sometimes painful - it is one of the most powerful tools we can use towards wellness.  It increases our energy and overall range of motion, which reduces tension and stress and increase circulation.  The more elongated we are, the better our bodies can function.

Flexibility training through dynamic stretching is essential to improving our overall health.  Dynamic stretches combine momentum and muscles while increasing body temperature and heart rate, and provide higher levels of oxygen to the muscles.  Flexibility is required in most sports and aerobic activities, such as running, walking, cycling and swimming.  We should also stretch before daily activities that require us to use large muscles such as heavy lifting, gardening, golfing, hiking, and bowling.

And before a friendly game of basketball, softball, tennis or any sports-related activity, we should absolutely stretch.  This is especially important for inactive people, who can suffer from extreme muscle soreness or even injury after impromptu activity.  Most people who are sedentary do not think about the necessity of warming up the body and stretching before they start participating in higher impact activities.



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