Benefits of AIS Assisted Stretching
Stretch your life with regular Active Isolated Stretching. A professionally designed stretch program can significantly enhance the quality of your life.
Joint Mobility & Flexibility
One of the most incredible benefits of Active Isolated Stretching is how quickly it increases your flexibility in the safest possible way. As we age, our bodies lose flexibility, and our joints lose mobility. Our muscles tighten, and our joints no longer move freely. Movement becomes more strenuous; the risk of injury from our normal daily activities increases, and we do not recover as quickly as we once did. You have most probably noticed this already. We can, however, slow this ageing process through Functional Flexibility.
Effective Stress Relief
Stress is what triggers our “fight or flight” response to danger. So in a way, some level of stress is good. Stress increases our cortisol level, a hormone produced in our adrenal glands. Excessive stress, however, is detrimental to our health. Under pressure, all areas of our life are affected; our relationships, our ability to think, and our well-being, putting us at risk of heart attacks, cancer, and other severe medical conditions. By relaxing our muscles and releasing body tensions, AIS Assisted Stretching reduces our stress levels. The quickest way to calm the mind is by relaxing the body first.
Lower back Pain Relief
80% of lower back pain is due to poor posture. Postural imbalances force the body to compensate to keep us reasonably straight. However, this compensation puts enormous strain on our muscles and our spine. Most lower back pains are due to a misalignment of the pelvic, which will be quickly corrected with a program of Active Assisted Isolated Stretching.
A great posture exudes confidence and success. But not only that. A correctly aligned posture is essential for maintaining optimum energy levels, ensuring muscles function efficiently, and avoiding lower back pain which is often the consequence of prolonged structural imbalances.
Higher Blood Circulation & Less Water Retention
Stretching, and more so when assisted, helps the blood circulate faster, delivering more oxygen to your tissues and organs and allowing them to function more effectively. If you suffer from water retention or swelling in the legs due to poor circulation, your condition will significantly improve as you stretch more.
Everybody needs to stretch. Start before it starts hurting.
Give it a try.