Keep Legs Limber with Active Isolated Stretching

Keep legs limber and decrease muscle tension by incorporating stretching into your routine. Dr. Alan H. Bragman, DC recommends an effective method of stretching called “active isolated stretching” (AIS), which incorporates an eight-foot length of nylon rope.

In AIS, you don’t hold a stretch for 10 to 30 seconds as you would in traditional stretching. Instead, you use the rope to gently assist you in pulling the muscles.

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