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FACILITATED STRETCH THERAPY
WHAT IS FACILITATED STRETCH THERAPY?

Everybody knows the importance of doing light stretches before and after working out to warm up and cool down. But not what many know is that stretch therapy does so much more – it is a scientific discipline aimed at treating tight muscles and restricted joints, improving performance and increasing flexibility.

Stretch therapy can prevent injuries and even improve your performance; two essential requirements to stay healthy or bring your A-game while working out. Regardless of whether you are a professional athlete or the average person who enjoys sports, stretch therapy will benefit you.

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IS THIS YOU?
  • You find stretching painful, you will not even try to do it, or you will find it too hard to get down on the living room floor and do it.

  • You've tried all the traditional therapies but haven't seen results?

  • You play your favorite sport once or twice a week and spend the rest of your week recovering.

  • Your arms can't reach over your head even though you train regularly.

  • In order to check your blind spot, you had to turn your whole body since your neck cannot move.

HOW CAN FACILITATED STRETCH THERAPY HELP?

Facilitated Stretch Therapy aims to improve mobility, flexibility, strength and circulation. It engages an entire network of muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, and bones. This results in enhancement of physical performance and improvement in overall general well being.

Pain and soreness can also be reduced or eliminated and the positive difference of going through a facilitated stretch session can be felt immediately after a session.

BENEFITS
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REDUCE
MUSCLE TIGHTNESS
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DECREASE STRESS
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IMPROVE FLEXIBILITY
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INCREASE ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
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IMPROVE RANGE OF MOTION
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UFC Gym Recovery Zone helps everyone move better, feel better, accelerate recovery. We’re always told to stay active and get regular exercise, but whether you’re training for a competition or feeling extra motivated, more isn’t always better. Rest days are just as important as exercise. In fact, a successful fitness regimen isn’t complete without rest days.
Fabian Lloyd
Recovery Coach