Updated: Aug 28, 2020
Improve Your Routine
You may think that stretching isn't a worthy prsuite, especially if you're all about fast-paced movement and beating person bests. But I promis you - stretching both before and after workouts has extraordinary benefits in the long run!
It's not just sports performance and physical activity which will improve - flexibly muscles enhance your daily performance in everything from bending forward to carrying your kiddos and hurrying to catch the metro!
Flexibility dimishes as we age, so its important to maintain awareness of particular ares of tension and discomfort. Also knowing that its possible to regain and maintain flexibility byb following a steady regine of simple movements and exercise over time can help to reduce any difficulty surrounding it.
Improving the range of motion in your joints also allows for a more energized approach to daily activities - it frees up space for energy to flow naturally and will result in overall increased levels of positivity!
Trust me... you WILL thank yourself for making the time to stretch!
The Importance of Stretching Email Series
Most of us perform our best with regular inspiration and motivation when it comes to starting something new - so that’s what I’m here to offer!
We know that stretching is useful for improving flexibility. However, stretching is too often overlooked as a valuable tool for improving circulation, mobility, or overall health and wellness.
No matter your current physical ability, stretching can improve your strength training, range of motion, and even help preserve your youth!
When your goal is to optimize performance, it's crucial to understand the difference between pre- and post-workout techniques. From complex yoga postures to gentle and restorative approaches, there are stretches to suit any body type, mobility level, and fitness goals.
My email series will clearly and concisely breakdown different types of stretching and when each one should be used. Opt-in today to learn how to optimize this resource and use it to make your workouts even more effective!
Starts September 3rd, 2020