Happy Tuesday!Hope everyone is pain and injury free today.
Thank you to RunOn! and all the runners who stretched with us after the training class on Sunday morning! Remember the best way to remain on your feet is to continually stretch after physical activity in order to remain flexible. Saturday morning I went out for a quick run and my hamstrings felt extremely tight. I have been extremely busy this past week and have not taken the time each day to stretch my whole body out. Tight hamstrings can be the worst! Many times we forget that the body is an interconnected chain and if you do not take the time to address a problem it is going to cause other muscles to compensate and you’ll personally get to experience the domino effect – the pain will migrate and possibly cause even more pain & injury!
When I got home I immediately grabbed my CoreStretch. Since all physical action begins from the body’s core and the hamstrings are an important part of the core – I knew I needed to stretch right away! The CoreStretch works great for me, because all you have to do is place your hands on the bar and lean forward. It literally does the work for you! It allows the tissues to relax and elongate, decompressing the spine and stretching the hamstrings.
The CoreStretch will increase your range of motion, prevent injury, and speed recovery and reduce pain.
Anyone can use the CoreStretch, it is simple and the stretching is virtually unlimited. The CoreStretch also provides relief for:
- Shin Splints
- Back Pain
- Piriformis Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Knee Pain
If you do not have a CoreStretch definitely INVEST in one it is great for multiple areas of the body and provides a stretch like I have never experienced before. If you do not have one on hand try these stretches to loosen up your tight hamstrings without the CoreStretch!
Good luck this week on your personal fitness challenges and stay loose!