Stretch the right way - Iron Health Physical Therapy & Cryotherapy
Joseph Rendina

"Almost Daily Health Tips From Physical Therapist Joseph Rendina..."

Use the Form Below to Get Them All Sent to You for FREE

The Right Way to Stretch for Exercise

Stretching Exercises - Stretch

Stretching is an extremely important part of an exercise routine. Did you know that there are different types of stretch that you should do before a workout versus afterwards?

The two types of stretching are dynamic stretching and static stretching. There are more types, but for this post we will only go in the two aforementioned. Dynamic stretching involves fast movements of the body to stretch the limbs while static stretching is held for periods of time such as 5-30 seconds.

We go into more detail about these types of stretching in the video below:

For other health tips, subscribe to our Youtube Channel here for weekly updates.

Disclaimer: These exercises will not treat injuries but can be used as preventative measures. It is possible that your source of pain is caused by other underlying health concerns. If you continue to experience unbearable, reoccurring pain, be sure to schedule an appointment with your physician or join our physical therapy family and allow us to help you regain function.

Iron Health is located in Briarcliff Manor and the greater Westchester NY area; our neighboring towns include Chappaqua, Mount Kisco, Tarrytown, Irvington and Pleasantville.

Joseph Rendina PT, DPT, OCS

Joseph Rendina PT, DPT, OCS

PT, DPT, OCS at Iron health
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist

Joseph received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York Medical College and is also recognized as a Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist. As a former competitive athlete and weightlifter, Joseph understands the specific needs and demands of the human body. Joseph’s goal is to maintain an active approach to rehab while facilitating recovery..
Joseph Rendina PT, DPT, OCS

Latest posts by Joseph Rendina PT, DPT, OCS (see all)

Scroll Up