Better Posture
Chronically tense and tight muscles contribute to poor posture, which in turn can affect the functioning of our internal organs, not to mention our appearance. Stretching the muscles of the lower back, shoulders and chest can help keep the back in better alignment and improve posture.
Enhanced Coordination
Maintaining the full range of motion through your joints keeps you in better balance. Coordination and balance will keep you mobile and less prone to injury from falls, especially as you get older.
Relaxation & Stress Relief
Stretching done properly helps to relax tense muscles, which result from stress. The feeling of relaxation brings a sense of wellbeing and relief from tension.
Prevent And Reduce Lower Back Pain
Greater flexibility and range of motion in the hamstrings, hips, and pelvis will help reduce the stress on your spine that causes lower back pain.
Increased Flex-Ability And Range Of Motion
As we get older, our muscles tighten and we have less range of motion in our joints. Simple activities that we once took for granted can all become difficult. A regular stretching program can help lengthen your muscles and make these daily activities easier and more enjoyable.
Improve Circulation
Stretching improves circulation of blood to the muscles and joints. Increased blood circulation, brings nutrients to our cells and removes waste by products.
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