There are people who think you’re not gaining any additional benefits if you hold a stretch for longer than 10 seconds, and they’ll quote “science” to try and prove their point.
The reality is there are many ways to bend the so-called rules when it comes to stretching.
For example, you can gain flexibility by bouncing and moving dynamically, but the exercise police don’t want you doing this because “someone” might get hurt.
If you make it a golden rule to ignore whatever the exercise police advise until you’ve tested it on yourself, you might discover an entire world of possibilities that supposedly never existed before.
Yes, you can get hurt bouncing, if you’re stupid about it. You can also get hurt doing yoga, as many people have realized, if you push yourself too hard, too soon.
Key thing is I have improved my flexibility with a variety of methods, including holding positions for a LOT longer than 10 seconds.
I’ve held stretches, such as the bridge, for three minutes or more. But I have also taken advantage of rocking back and forth (bouncing) in the bridge.
Then there’s my secret weapon that allows you to make incredible improvements in your flexibility in a mere six seconds.
Yes, you read that correctly.
In six freaking seconds you can expand and extend your flexibility in specific stretches, and surprise YOURSELF and others.
The above may sound as though it is exaggeration or hype, but that’s only if you’re unaware of the method. Once you’ve practiced the method and experienced the results, you will realize why it works.
It just so happens that I can teach you a combination of everything I know about stretching… it all of it definitely WORKS.
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