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Stretching allows specific muscles to be worked for the benefit of increasing flexibility, relaxing muscles and increasing your range of motion. It can be effective for anybody, but many sportspeople stretch before and after training and competing to reduce injury and enhance performance. Regularly stretching helps to prevent knots, muscle tightness and soreness.

‘Stretching stabilizes the body’s natural balance and posture, and aligns the joints leading to better coordination.’ It is important to remember that stretching should not be painful, so always stop if you get to a painful point!

In this free e-book you will learn about;

  • What Stretching actually is
  • What sort of stretches you should be doing
  • What you can do to help yourself at-home
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of what to do

Make sure you pick up your free copy of this ebook.

Here is what some of this E-Book’s readers had to say…

After reading this E-Book some people came in to see our team, this is the feedback they gave us…

I was training for the St Albans half marathon when I suffered a knee injury. I went to see Sophie Lane who diagnosed my injury immediately and told me to attend a rehabilitation clinic run by Joe to stretch and strenghten my knee. In my first visit to Sophie, she massaged and bandaged my knee and on my second visit she gave me acupuncture which made a big difference to my knee.

During a class she took when Joe was away we did several strength and stretching exercises which gave me confidence in my knee to complete the St Albans half marathon in under 2hrs without any injury problems, which 2 months before I didn’t think would be possible. Thank you very much for all your help Sion.

Eirian on Sophie Lane


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