Running is one of the most natural biomechanical movements that a human can do. It is and has been the most practiced athletic activity for thousands of years. Based on that runners should have the most injury free bodies of athletes. However if you are a runner, you know that is not the case. Spasms, cramps, strains and sprains are some of the most common running injuries. Unfortunately they occur rather often.
Causes of injury is rather diverse. Overtraining, lack of proper nutrients, faulty technique, dehydration, lack of proper strength training and of course lack of proper flexibility training.
Today we are addressing the flexibility component. Most runners are very tight. That tightness stems from multiple causes. One of the most important being is stretching improperly.
Most runners use 3 standard, relaxed stretches.
1. The sitting, standing or supine Hamstrings stretch. Majority of runners stretch their hamstring by placing the foot on something and reaching for the toes with the fingers.
2. Standing Quadriceps stretch. This is where the heel is pulled to the buttocks in standing position.
3. Standing Calf stretch. Most runners stretch the back of their lower leg, by placing the hands on the wall and leaning forward, while keeping the heel on the ground.
Sometimes a glute, adducotrs, and other stretches are thrown into the mix.
However, the problem is... They don't work for many! For those whom those stretches work for, they do very, very slow.
The prove is right there. Look at runners stretching. Look at the men and women who been running for many years. They are as tight as ever. They can barely touch their toes.
Kinesiological stretching techniques are completely different. They isolate each muscle and stretch it very quickly. The difference is seen in the matter of few sessions. Kinesiological stretches also avoid the stretch reflex. Stretch reflex is the reason, why people can't stretch. Because it hurts to stretch. Imagine what you can do, if your muscles can lengthen without pain. Runners using our program report feeling lighter, recovering faster and running much easier and more comfortable. To top that off, our program includes simple (no- equipment) body weight strength exercises. Those movements allow the runner to keep being flexible, and to properly transfer the new flexibility into running technique.
Get your Flexibility Training For Running Program Today!
Order Yours Now!
PLEASE NOTE: This program is available in MP4 digital file only which plays on most computers and electronic devices. This particular program is not available as a DVD. The good news is that If you ever lose your digital files, say your computer crashes or you simply cannot locate them on your computer, you can always download them again! Even if your access expires, simply send us an email with your order # and we will reactive the download links for you within 24 hours, no questions asked! It's that simple!