Video: 10 Reasons Why You’re Not Flexible!
In this latest video, we’re going to share with you (in no particular order), 10 reasons why you’re not flexible and struggling to make inroads with your stretching.
If you have tried stretching but you are still struggling with your recovery, body aches and pains, and a lack of function and range of motion, we can guarantee you it’s due to one or more of these reasons.
It hurts to know you suck at something – it hurts even more to not know why you suck at something.
And trust us, we can relate to this – we’ve all sucked at stretching and made a tonne of mistakes in the past.
We’re glad we kept trying though and realised why we sucked.
And now we want to save you some pain, get you progressing quickly, and saving you some unwanted anguish and frustration.
Most of us get stuck with stretching and our range of motion and have no idea what’s causing it and how to fix it – the problem is, it’s often more than one thing and not so easily distinguishable.
However, if you’ve tried hard enough, read thoroughly enough, and experimented long enough, you end up finding the answers.
Fortunately, there is a quicker way – learning from others who have been through all the similar struggles and come out ahead on top.
So save yourself some time, listen carefully, and remember the principles in this:
Always come back to these reasons and you won’t go wrong with your flexibility training.
If you’re struggling to recover, you’re from suffering activity and postural related pains, or you’re just very stiff and dysfunctional, then this video is definitely for you!
Again, click below to learn the 10 reasons why you’re not flexible and start moving forwards with your stretching, your body and your life.
If you’re feeling really restricted and frequently frustrated with your stretching, your body, and your functionality, then reach out to us if you’re serious about changing this.
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