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-The Importance Of Stretching
11/27/1999 - By George Freeman
     When you watch a major league pitcher get on the mound, do you see him just walk on, let the batter get up, and then try to throw a 100mph fast ball? Of course not, he'd tear every muscle in his arm. Same principle goes for bowling. Stretching, getting the muscles in your body loose, not only helps your game, but safeguards you from unnecessary injuries. Squat to get your thighs and calves working. Then bend at the waist to loosen your back muscles. Work your arms to loosen them as well. Stretching the muscles will help you get warmed up faster as well. The better you take care of your muscles, the kinder they will be to you.

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