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Oct302011

Stretching Session 

This week for my clients session we focused on a lot stretching. He came to the session very tired and informed me his energy levels weren't as good as normal due to lack of sleep.

When he walked into the studio for his session I could tell that he was tired by the way he was holding his body (shoulders elevated to the ears). When he finished his training he walked away feeling much better (relaxed).

Sometimes clients need sessions based on stretching and relaxation exercises, it helps and benefits everyone!!!

 

 

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Stretching is extremely important especially before intense physical activity such as running. You should always stretch for no less than 10 minutes

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