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The Importance of Stretching

Fitness experts say most people skip stretching when they work out.

A good stretch can provide a solid recovery foundation and faster results.

Core Benefits of Proper Stretching

Assisted stretching is the ultimate way to stretch, safely and effectively.

Improve Flexibility

Improve

Posture

Faster

Recovery

Improve

Mobility

Prevent

Injury


Expert Opinions on Stretching

Back stretches, calf stretches, neck stretches!

Stretching probably doesn’t sound sexy (or even necessary) when all you want is size, but it might be the most underrated player in muscle growth.

By not having the necessary flexibility and muscle pliability, you might short yourself on muscular gains in many compound lifts.

Every one of us runners can agree it’s tough to run with stiff, tight muscles.

That’s why leg stretches and knee stretches are important. Not only that, but you could be setting yourself up for injury if you make it a habit.

So stretching regularly to maintain or improve your muscles’ flexibility and range of motion, and avoid getting sidelined, is extremely important.

Sitting in front of a computer every day can wreak havoc on your body, especially since most of us don’t have the best posture.

Hunching the shoulders and slumping in your seat can cause back pain, headaches, tension, and tightness in your back, neck, and shoulders.

Studies show that regular stretching can help reduce neck and shoulder pain and they also show that regular breaks to stand and stretch increases productivity at the office.

Pregnancy stretches can help you feel your best, especially as your pregnancy progresses.

Exercises for the back can help ease backaches. Rest on your hands and knees with your head in line with your back. Pull in your stomach, rounding your back slightly.


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