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Ballistic Stretching Moving a body or limb in attempt to force it beyond it's normal range of motion
Passive Stretching Using some sort of outside assistance to help you achieve a stretch
Static Stretching Stretch held in a challenging but comfortable position for a period of time (usually 10-30 seconds)
Dynamic Stretching Stretch performed by moving through a challenging but comfortable range of motion repeatedly (usually 12-15 times)
Active Stretching You're stretching a muscle by actively contracting a muscle in opposition to the one you're stretching
Active Assisted Stretching Voluntary contraction of muscles controlling a part, assisted by a therapist or by some other means
PNF Stretching more advanced form of flexibility training that involves both the stretching and contracting of the muscle group being targeted.
Isometric Stretching the contractions are held for a longer period of time
Isometric Relating to or denoting muscular action in which tension is developed without contraction of the muscle
Isotonic Taking place with normal contraction
Eccentric The motion of an active muscle while it is lengthening under load.
Occurs when the muscle lengthens
Concentric Occurs when the muscle shortens
Antibody A protein produced by the body's immune system when it detects harmful substances. Examples include microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses) and chemicals
Natural Passive Mother to child through placenta or milk
Natural Active Occurs during infection. It is active because lymphocytes are activated by antigens on pathogen's surface
Artificial Active Injecting or taking antigens by mouth
Artificial Passive Used during potentially fatal diseases

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