Inflexible muscles represent an inflexible mind.
You don’t need to be able to do every stretch in existence for your mind to open, but if “everything” is tight, that’s not good.
Your hamstrings are especially important as we tend to store stress, anxiety and so on in those areas.
But when your hamstrings are flexible, you can feel a release in your brain and this release leads to a letting-go feeling of well-being.
When you “let go” you walk taller and run faster – and if you want to kick ass, you do so with far greater ease.
You don’t need to be Johnny or Joni Yogananda to get your hamstrings loose.
And it doesn’t take forever and a day.
You can learn to practically double the flexibility in your hamstrings in one session, IF you follow my methods.
Combat Stretching will show you the way – giving you an unmistakeable swag in your sway.