I like to do the following every morning. I first begin in the shower, and then do a 20-minute stretching routine. I have found it helps my muscles loosen up as well.
I don’t have any measurements, but it feels as though I’m doing a total of 20 minutes of stretching. 20 minutes is about 20 minutes of your average day’s workout, and while that sounds about right, it’s still long enough for me to feel like I’m getting stronger.
The thing about stretching that’s great about it is that you don’t have to do it for long. You can do it for as little or long as you like. But once you do the 20 minute stretch, you can just do it again, and again, and again.
I personally like it because it can help to reduce any possible injury you might have from doing a long run. If you have a long running injury, you can just go back to stretching but you dont have to go through a whole 20 minutes of stretching routine.
If you’re suffering from a muscle or joint injury, you can be sure to find something online to do for 5 minutes to stretch your muscles. You can find numerous options on the Internet.
As a general rule, you don’t have to go through a 20-minute stretch routine every day, but you can do it if you want to. It can help to ease the pain if you start to feel a little sore the day after.
I find that it helps to do it a few times a week, and try to go through it at the end of your workout, so that the soreness goes away as quickly as possible.
I think it’s a good idea to stretch every now and then. I’ve always done it, and it’s a great way to lose some extra fat along with your muscle mass.
If you’re not in the habit of doing push-ups, try running, jumping rope or dancing.