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Is stretching with a partner beneficial, dangerous, or both?
One thing I've seen practiced before are stretches involving a partner, particularly for the legs. I've seen mixed reviews of this practice in a variety of different locations, and wondered if someone ...
Apr 10 '12 at 20:58
David H. Clements
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