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Whether you get stretched in our studios by our amazing certified Stretch Experts, you Self-Stretch, or you are considering starting a stretching routine, we encourage you to add stretching as part of your overall wellness goals. Stretching has a plethora of benefits, many of which are still yet unknown. Stretch Authority works with some of the world’s most prolific stretch enthusiasts, and along with our research, we’ll be bringing you the latest and pertinent information related to stretching.
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Six questions with Stretch Authority Member and USA Curling’s Andie McDonald. Gain insights into her inspiration to be on the Olympic Curling Team.
Cheerleading, skating, acrobatics, and ballet are all physically demanding sports that require flexibility, balance, and strength. In order to perform at your best, it’s important to incorporate stretching into your training routine. Here are five optimal stretches that can help you improve your flexibility and prevent injury.
Gymnastics is a sport that requires strength, flexibility, and grace. To achieve optimal performance, gymnasts need to have a stretching routine that focuses on increasing flexibility and preventing injuries. In this article, we will discuss the best stretching routine for gymnasts.
If you’re not getting the expected results from your workout, it might be time to try a different routine. Building a good fitness foundation is key, and full-body stretching is an important part of it. In this article, we’ll share some effective tips to help you build a healthy, strong, and lean body through full-body stretching.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a research organization that focuses on biomedical and health-related research. The NIH has conducted research on the benefits of stretching and its effects on regenerative tissue.
Reflexology is an alternative therapy that involves the application of pressure to specific points on the feet, hands, or ears. These points are believed to correspond to different organs and systems in the body, and by applying pressure to them, a reflexologist aims to promote healing and balance in these areas.
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