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CRAC the first part of this stretch is similar to the hold-relax whereby the muscle being stretched, contracted isometric for 3-6 s, then the antagonist muscle will immediately contract for 3-6 s.
[24] Previous studies conducted on one of the PNF technique which is hold-relax on iliopsoas muscle which is exactly the study about the relationship, what we tried here to correlate but hold-relax technique was used on 30-55 years of age with chronic NSLBP and lumbar hyperlordosis had significant reduction in pain.
Immediate effect of hold-relax stretching of iliopsoas muscle on transversus abdominis muscle activation in chronic nonspecific low back pain with lumbar hyperlordosis.
The Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) (Hold-Relax Contract-Relax and Agonist Contract) is the technique in which functional therapy approach is used for gradual restoration of patient's motor abilities and is used as one of the methods in post-stroke treatments.4
Hold-Relax Antagonist: Very similar to the HoldRelax Agonist technique.
It is similar to the hold-relax technique except that a dynamic or ballistic stretch is employed in place of the final passive stretch (http://web.mit.edu/tkd/stretch/stretching_4.html).
Although intermittent stretching-relaxation techniques have been borrowed from PNF (e.g., contract-relax, hold-relax, slow-reversal-hold-relax), PNF is not just a method of developing mobility in the strict sense of the term.