BENEFITS OF STRETCHING

Thur 1/22/15:
STRETCHING… A widely debated topic. Should you stretch- should you skip it?
I, for one stretch. I am somewhat old school and apply new school techniques. I teach my clients to stretch…properly. In my opinion, stretch the sections of your body to integrate complimentary muscular chains. Therefore, for example if stretching your hamstring…get your hip, calf, foot, and breathing involved. This is how Foundation Training works. FT, is very powerful, very muscular, very integrated and very complete.
Stretching has many benefits. First, it increases circulation. This allows for transportation of nutrients to muscles and ligaments. Stretching will improve flexibility and mobility. If a muscle can loosen up…it will move more easily. The better range of motion we have the more mobile we are.
Stretching reduces stress…especially FT stretching. The decompression breathing technique is off the chain. Breathing properly reduces stress, increases oxygen intake, expands the rib cage and just makes you feel good!
Foundation Training, Will help alleviate many aches and pains in the body…especially back pain.
Many people still do not know about Foundation Training. Many doctors do not know…so they are still giving people pills and shots. Many therapists do not know about Foundation Training…so they are still giving isolated stretching exercises.
FOUNDATION TRAINING needs to be in every medicine cabinet, gym bag, fitness facility, and therapy office.. FT works!
Contact me today if your want to do something different that will cure those aches and pains.
Have a great day!
MOVEMENT MATTERS,
Stevey

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