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What Are Your Limits?

What Are Your Limits?

If you haven’t exercised in a while, the very first thing you need to know is your limits. Push your stretching exercises too far, and you could end up with an injury. Discover how to recognize your limits and avoid serious injury with Stretching Tip #1.

Should You Stretch an Injury?

Should You Stretch an Injury?

Many people don’t realize how important stretching is to their health until it’s too late. An injury happens, and suddenly stretching becomes a priority. If you’ve ever sustained a sports injury, you need stretching exercises that will work for you. That’s Stretching Tip #2.

Are You Warming Up Properly?

Are You Warming Up Properly?

Are you warming up properly before your workout? Are you even warming up at all? If the answer is no, you need to read Stretching Tip #3. A good warm up is essential to any stretching workout if you want to achieve maximum results and avoid serious injury.

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Learn how to stretch properly and improve your flexibility & fitness quickly and safely with my free Stretching Tips eBook and MP3 Audio.

In my free Stretching Tips eBook you’ll get all the basics on how to stretch properly so you get the most out of your time spent stretching. While my 1 hour MP3 Audio presentation takes you beyond the basics and discusses little known stretching secrets that will revolutionize the way you think about stretching and flexibility.

When Should You Stretch?

When Should You Stretch?

Knowing when to stretch is as important as knowing how to stretch. Is it better to stretch before or after you exercise? For how long should you stretch? Is stretching necessary? What are the best stretches? Find all the answers to these questions and increase your range of motion in Stretching Tip #4.

Which Muscles Should You Stretch?

Which Muscles Should You Stretch?

You may already be stretching muscle groups specific to your activity, but did you know you need to stretch all of the major muscle groups for maximum results? What are these muscle groups and how do they work together to increase your performance? Get all the answers in Stretching Tip #5.

Are You Breathing Properly?

Are You Breathing Properly?

Breathing is one aspect of exercise we often take for granted. Everyone knows how to breathe; right? Not true! Many people have never learnt how to breathe properly while doing their daily stretches and end up paying the price for it. Learn the secrets of breathing and stretching with this Stretching Tip.

How’s Your Posture?

How’s Your Posture?

For the best results in any physical activity, you need a solid foundation. Good stretches are that foundation, but how can you be sure you’re stretching properly? Is your posture as it should be? Is your body form correct? Learn the key to the perfect stretch with Stretching Tip #7.

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Brad Walker, Stretching Expert

Meet the Author

Brad Walker has coached elite level and world champion athletes from sports as diverse as triathlon, motor cycle racing, roller skating, squash and baseball. He’s lectured extensively on stretching, flexibility and sports injury management. In 1990 Brad was ranked 3rd in Australia as a junior competitor at the National Triathlon Long Course Championships (2.2km swim, 80km bike and 20km run). And more recently, qualified for the 2018 Triathlon World Championships.

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