Knowing you have adaptive shortening in the muscles is one thing.
Knowing how to take steps to reverse it is another challenge altogether.
Most of us were taught that stretching for a couple minutes before exercise would help loosen the muscles and prevent injury, but this is not the case. Holding a static stretch for 10 seconds will do nothing to lengthen the muscle, and barely scratches the surface of what needs to happen in the structure of the muscle.
Life is busy, so for most of us the idea of stretching for an hour every day may be an unrealistic goal. That’s where we come in.
Our stretching program has been designed to make the most of your time, targeting problem areas in a specific sequence to attack muscles from a variety of angles. Muscles have to be unpacked and balanced in a particular way to have the desired result.
It is a combination of practices maintained over time that will help your muscles lengthen and sustain a healthy range of motion, especially as you age.