To increase flexibility.
To increase extension of movements.
To avoid common injuries, such as pulling muscles, sprains, tendinitis and aches in joints, etc....
They can help us with a wide range of problems such as fascitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, wind, insomnia, menstruation, sciatica, stress, headache, back pain, tendinitis, etc....
To reduce muscle tension and relax the body.
To improve coordination of movements.
To improve knowledge of the body.
To improve and speed up circulation and oxygenation of the muscle and therefore its recovery.
Stretching after exercise prevents muscle hardening (delayed onset muscle soreness, DOMS).
A pleasant feeling.