I prefer the protocol written in Michael Colgan's New Power Program. I suggest you find it, in a library; gloss over it; then, see if it makes sense to you; and try it out. Basic tenets: muscles prefer to be warm * stretch to the point of comfortable tension * pay attention to the pictorials offered in the book of what, and what not, to use as stretching movements: A lot of the conventional stretches have side effects, particularly for those who aren't as seasoned in flexibility training * breathe properly throughout the stretching movements.
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