The Science of Stretching: Biomechanics and Neuromechanisms
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The Science of Stretching: Biomechanics and Neuromechanisms, with Jules Mitchell M.S., ERYT 500: An introduction to biomechanics and tissue properties paves the way for an investigation into what is actually occurring under the skin when we stretch. Yet, understanding musculoskeletal tissue behaviors and mechanical adaptations are only part of improving range of motion. The nervous system, including sensory input and motor output during stretching exercises, is the primary factor in achievingView more
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There will be a 1.5 hr. lunch break.
1519 N. Main St., Suite 105, Flagstaff, AZ 86004