Stretching System - StretchRite Blue - 1pc - Medi Dyne

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    Total Body Stretching Done Right.  

    It’s time to throw in the towel! The patented StretchRite gives you a safer, more effective way to improve flexibility and get total body relief for sore, tight muscles.      

    Progressively Improve Flexibility  

    Stretch-Rite®’s patented system features a non-elastic strap for stretching and conditioning every major muscle group including your arms, shoulders, torso and legs -- making it easy to perform each stretch properly and effectively.

    Ergonomically Correct  

    The Stretch-Rite® system features six ergonomically-shaped handgrips that offer a comfortable non-cinching hold and make it simple to adjust tension during the stretch.      

    Easily Monitor Progress  

    Stretch-Rite®’s patented handgrip positioning system helps you to individualize your stretching program and monitor your progress. As your flexibility improves you can increase your stretch by advancing to the next handgrip position. The handgrips serve as visual feedback, encouraging you to stick with your program. You not only feel the difference but you can actually see how flexible you’ve become!

    Free Stretching Poster  

    Each StretchRite comes with a fully-illustrated, color foldout poster. The poster includes 20 very effective stretches and technique guidelines that allow you to enjoy quick results, including specially-designed stretches to help relieve heel spur pain and plantar fasciitis.

     

    The Arthritis Foundation (arthritis.org) offers options to help people with painful joints learn to make their bodies work for them, including online self-help tutorials as well as aquatic programs at YMCAs across the country. The American Diabetes Association is partnering with the Arthritis Foundation in developing a program specifically for people with both diabetes and arthritis. The evidence-based program includes both strengthening and low-impact cardio exercise, such as walking, swimming, or biking. Stretching is also important, she notes: Just strengthening doesn't improve your range of motion. You need a good range of motion. 
    By Erika Gebel, PhD 

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