Athletic Stretching Exercises

Hyperbolic Stretching

The hyperbolic stretching technique is the single one and only way to tap into your deep muscular power. You won't need any training with this, it will take you a few weeks to get from sitting on the chair twelve hours per day to doing full splits with no warm up. The stretching technique by Alex has been found to be an ancient technique that has been used in the past as it increases the muscle capacity, decreases the risk of getting injured and even increases your range of motion. With the hyperbolic stretching method, you will have acceleration, speed, and agility any time of the day. Furthermore, it has been tested against other methods and it always comes on top because it will increase your pelvic floor muscle strength as well as your jumping ability. It's going to teach you about how you can avoid the worst mistakes to do when stretching and help you supercharge your training so that you can have the fastest improvements. The great thing about the hyperbolic stretching method is that it is a complete beginner program that does not need any prior experience, you will be able to get all the information to download the product instantly once you make a successful payment. Read more here...

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Alex Larrson
Price: $27.00

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Athletic Stretching

Stretching is not taken seriously by many and chances are you are one of them. If so, then here's a little shout out: Stretching is termed to be better and more rewarding than any form of exercise there is out there. In fact, stretching is one of the exercises meant to relieve greater tensions in your muscles and thus the pains originating because of them. That is something the researchers quote and Athletic Stretching Vol. 1 follows. the product relates to stretching exercises. It definitely relates to that. In a beautifully laid and fully colorful ebook, Athletic Stretching Vol. 1 takes you through every nook and corner of understanding where and how pain originates? What do your posture and flexibility have to do with it? How its intensity increases over time if you don't do something about it? How does breathing techniques amplify the results of stretching and how training it can render great mental benefits as well? The ebook is accompanied by a video series that shows you all the mobility exercises tailored to any kind of muscle pain you're going through. All of the exercises taught in the video series take only 10 minutes a day.

Athletic Stretching Summary

Contents: Ebook, Video Course
Author: Brandon Cole
Price: $39.00

Exercise

Postural instability is created by a pattern of weakness, muscular tightness, and standing alignment changes that diminish the patient's ability to control their center of gravity during transfers and gait. A common presentation is that of a stooped forward posture of the upper body with tight anterior chest wall musculature and a crouched lower body posture. A series of stretching exercises designed to diminish kyphosis of the thoracic spine and increase flexibility in the pectoralis major and minor muscles can lead to improved upper body posture and upper limb function. In the lower aspect of the body, strengthening of the lumbar paraspinal musculature and stretching of the hamstring and hip flexor muscles can be used to improve posture. It is important not only to stretch the key muscles in patients with poor posture, but to also strengthen the appropriate muscles to achieve good biomechanical alignment. To improve muscle length, therapists use several techniques, including heat...

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