To avoid cycling injuries you have to consider the following

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To avoid cycling injuries you have to consider the following

Post by chirosportscogee » Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:28 am

Because comfortable cycling is dependent on health muscles, tendons, and ligaments, stretching is the ideal exercise to prevent injury with the aid of physiotherapy bondi junction. Stretching improves muscle flexibility, which enhances range of motion. A good stretch gets the blood pumping to the muscles. It’s a simple solution yet frequently overlooked. This conditioning enhances performance and endurance since muscles can better withstand the strains of cycling.
Here are some stretching tips that will help to maintain flexibility and strength:
1. Don’t stretch cold muscles. Warm up with a casual ride for five to ten minutes to loosen up.
2. Stretching after a workout is equally important to avoid tightening as the muscles relax.
3. Avoid bouncing stretches, which can lead to muscle tears.
4. Static stretching is best. Stretch slowly, working one muscle group at a time until feeling minor tension. Hold for ten seconds and then release.
5. Use slow, deep breathing to relax during stretching.
6. Start with neck
7. When feeling tight during a ride, stop and stretch to avoid injury.
Cycling is an excellent exercise that allows riders to also enjoy the great outdoors. Whether riding for leisure, cycling long distances, or competing, it’s a great way to stay in shape. The right stretching program can help to prevent an injury from putting the brakes on the fun and through the ample knowledge

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Re: To avoid cycling injuries you have to consider the follo

Post by Oscar_Actuary » Mon Oct 31, 2011 2:56 am

you might the most informative ( or misinformative) poster who is delaying spam, I've seen

how the heck is your post count 5?

I'm guessing a similarly named poster was recently banned, and I"m confusing you with them

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Post by Dub » Mon Oct 31, 2011 5:02 am

4. Static stretching is best. Stretch slowly, working one muscle group at a time until feeling minor tension. Hold for ten seconds and then release.
Before exercising, especially when the said muscle is very important, I wouldn't do this. 10 seconds is way too long of a warm-up stretch. I would say 5 or less is better. You don't want to loose the tension on your muscle and let it relax. Also, the function of the muscles spindel(rubber band effect) is very important to keep alert. When you do long stretches, it could effect negatively on the performance.
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Re: To avoid cycling injuries you have to consider the follo

Post by Jungledoc » Mon Oct 31, 2011 5:26 am

http://forum.badbacks.com.au/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=2537
http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/Ch ... es/2839676
http://shoulderandneckpain.net/coogee-c ... -injuries/
http://www.articlesbase.com/wellness-ar ... 01378.html
http://forums.physicaltherapist.com/vie ... php?t=5394
In some cases you have to scroll down to find the duplicated part.
And on and on. 2 pages of links on the Google search. Posting on multiple sites. This is part of a larger post that appears on some sites, just this much in at least one case.
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Post by Oscar_Actuary » Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:33 am

yeah, it's sorta clear he was regurgitating, but again, what's the freak'n motive?
To stir up interest and "legitamacy" before laying on the spam?

ah, that's it ?

ps good finds though to confirm

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Post by Ironman » Wed Nov 02, 2011 4:38 am

I took the precaution of disabling a certain user's ability to post links. That way when he is no longer in the newly registered group, he still will not be able to post links.

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Post by CorlessJohnJ » Thu Nov 03, 2011 4:22 pm

Ironman wrote:I took the precaution of disabling a certain user's ability to post links. That way when he is no longer in the newly registered group, he still will not be able to post links.

ironman you need the like button haha cause John Corless likes ^ post haha
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Post by Oscar_Actuary » Thu Nov 03, 2011 5:20 pm

does your post count reset everyday?

189? yeah right.

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Post by stuward » Thu Nov 03, 2011 5:27 pm

Oscar_Actuary wrote:does your post count reset everyday?

189? yeah right.

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Are those your only accounts John?
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Post by Ironman » Fri Nov 04, 2011 3:22 am

They are. I asked him about reclaiming them, however he declined.

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Re: To avoid cycling injuries you have to consider the follo

Post by CorlessJohnJ » Tue Dec 06, 2011 4:57 pm

stuward wrote:
Oscar_Actuary wrote:does your post count reset everyday?

189? yeah right.

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CorlessJohnJ - 189
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Are those your only accounts John?

Yes but reclaiming them...would be weird would I have three different names with which to post with? I know where I stand when it comes to how long I have been coming to this amazing website. I'll stick with me the CorlessJohnJ though lol

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