Hyperbolic Stretching Exercises

Hyperbolic Stretching Exercises

Hyperbolic Stretching Benefits

Reduce Stiffness & Tension

If your back, hips or spine are giving you a hard time, my stretching program can help. For all three body parts above, I recommend following my lower body routines. Why? Because your hamstrings, adductors and hip flexors support your entire body and are often the most direct solution to tightness. Once you start building your flexibility from the ground up, results can come pretty quickly.

Correct Your Posture

Pelvic tilt, hunched back and forward head posture mostly come from incorrect ways of walking, standing or sitting. Majority of people gain these because of their sedentary lifestyles. These issues can cause loss of mobility and muscle tightness in almost any body part. Good news is, once you improve your flexibility and strength this can be avoided.

Improve Your Circulation

Many people think stretching is not an intense form of exercise and has no impact on condition. But they’re far from the truth. Specifically this flexibility program includes dynamic and isometric strength exercises that can have beneficial impact on your circulation.

Speed-Up Your Yoga Progress

Although this program does not contain any advanced yoga poses, it will make major lower and upper body muscles flexible which will in turn speed up your progress. You may be able to do advanced asanas sooner than you think.

Reduce Post-Workout Soreness

If you’re into weightlifting or CrossFit, proper stretching can deepen your squat, ease-up your shoulders and exercise in full range of motion. Stretching can also help you avoid injuries, reduce post workout soreness and speed-up recovery so you can hit the gym with more energy.

Improve Your Dancing Skills

Let’s face it, without a good amount of static and dynamic flexibility there’s no way you can learn the advanced dancing techniques and you won’t be able to move easily from one technique to the next. This stretching system has been designed to deepen your flexibility and to speed up your warm-up so you can quickly start the main part of your training routine.

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