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Date8/27/2021 5:48:12 PM
PriceUSD 27.00
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Hyperbolic stretching is a 30-day digital flexibility plan created by former computer programmer Alex Larsson. The program includes access to 21 exercise videos. According to the official website, you should perform each exercise for about 8 minutes a day to see results.
The official website contains unsupported health claims, and it isn’t accredited by the Better Business Bureau. But the hyperbolic stretching program does offer a 60-day money-back guarantee if you’re not happy with your results.
That’s totally up to you. In general, this program is probably best for folks that already have some experience.
If you’re buying the program, you’ll have to choose between the “women” and “men” versions. Why? This distinction is based on the assumption that there’s a difference in stretching responses between the sexes. There’s some old evidence to back up this up, but there are plenty of other stretching routines that are more inclusive.
Studies show that stretching has lots of health benefits. But does the hyperbolic stretching program deliver its promises? Let’s separate fact from fiction, and take a closer look at some health claims behind this program.
Multiple studies show that stretching can help you gain hip mobility. But there isn’t any evidence that hyperbolic stretching’s more effective than other stretching methods. In general, studies suggest that both static and PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation… we’ll just stick with calling it PNF) stretching — where muscles are both contracted and stretched — have similar results.
To do the hyperbolic stretching plan, you just have to follow the online videos provided. You’ll perform each routine for about 8 minutes per day for at least 4 days per week.
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