Active Isolated Stretching (AIS): method of muscle lengthening and fascial release is a type of Athletic Stretching Technique that provides effective, dynamic, facilitated stretching of major muscle groups, but more importantly, it provides functional and physiological restoration of superficial and deep fascial planes.

This is an effective treatment for deep and superficial fascial release, restoring proper fascial planes for optimal physiologic function. Performing an AIS of no longer than 2.0 seconds allows the target muscles to optimally lengthen without triggering the protective stretch reflex and subsequent reciprocal antagonistic muscle contraction as the isolated muscle achieves a state of relxation.

Myofascial/Muscle Release Technique: incorporates AIS, uses activemovement and recirocal inhibition to achieve optimal flexibility. Using a 2.0 second stretch has proven to be the key in avoiding reflexive contraction of the antagonistic muscle. Without activating muscle group contraction, restoration of full range of motion and flexibility can be successfully achieved.


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