Why is Stretching Important?

Increased Flexibility

Regular stretching helps improve flexibility by lengthening the muscles and increasing their range of motion. This makes it easier to perform daily activities.

Injury Prevention

Stretching plays a crucial role in injury prevention. By improving flexibility and mobility, it decreases the risk of strains, sprains and other injuries during physical activities.

Improved Posture

Stretching can help improve posture by releasing muscle tightness and restoring proper alignment. Regular stretching can counteract these effects.

Stress Relief

Stretching is not only beneficial for the body but also for the mind. It promotes relaxation and reduces stress by releasing tension in the muscles and promoting a sense of well-being.

Glute Bridge

A glute bridge is a highly effective exercise that targets the gluteal muscles and helps take the pressure off your low back.


Assisted Lumbar Traction

Assisted lumbar traction stretch is a therapeutic technique used to stretch and decompress the lumbar spine, which is the lower portion of the spine located in the lower back area.


Cossack Stretch

The Cossack stretch can help improve hip mobility, increase flexibility in the inner thighs and enhance lower body functional movements.


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Diaphragmatic Breathing

Incorporating diaphragmatic breathing into your daily routine, especially during periods of stress or when you need to focus and relax, can have profound benefits for your physical, mental and emotional well-being.


Dead Bug

The Dead Bug stretch is an exercise that targets the core muscles, specifically the deep stabilizing muscles of the abdomen and lower back.


Bird Dog Plank

The Bird Dog Plank is a variation of the traditional plank exercise that incorporates elements of the Bird Dog exercise. It targets the core muscles, including the abdominals, lower back and glutes, while also engaging the muscles of the shoulders and hips for stability.

Additional Video Resources

Upper & Lower Body Stretching Excercises

Use the following upper and lower body stretching exercises at home to help maintain the range of motion in your joints and keep your muscles strong, flexible and healthy. We hope you enjoy these free video resources and the many health benefits stretching regularly offers!