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Kinstretch Lower Body Mobility Class
Sat, March 25, 2017, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Join James Chung, Physiofitness Head Trainer and Level I Kinstretch Instructor, for a lower body Kinstretch mobility class.
What is Kinstretch?
Kinstretch is a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility and USABLE ranges of motion.
Who is Kinstretch for?
Kinstretch is not geared to a specific population; it is geared to humans in general. Expect a variety of ages, body types, athletes, teams, individuals with various occupations and fitness levels on a continuum.
Why should I take Kinstretch?
Kinstretch will help you:
- Improve movement capacity
- Improve flexibility, mobility, and agility
- Improve physical performance
- Improve body awareness and control
- Prevent/mitigate injury
- Improve strength
- Increase neurological function
- Improve range of motion
- Assist in weight loss
What should I expect at a Kinstretch class?
- EXPECT to develop a practice that is based on scientific research in mobility training.
- EXPECT to use limited equipment- only small props such as mats, Kinstretch blocks and Kinstretch balls.
- EXPECT to use and control your own body throughout the class, meaning this class is based on internal effort (irradiation).
- EXPECT to be introduced to FRC (Functional Range Conditioning) principals and terminology. Instructors may provide you with FRC terminology through their instruction, as it is based off of FRC principals.
- EXPECT to be educated. Kinstretch is meant to enhance your life and help you get better at whatever you want to get better at. The more you show up, the more familiar you will become with the concepts. The more you implement this practice into your lifestyle, the more effective the training will be/the more results you will see.
- EXPECT a variety of students in the class. Kinstretch is not geared to a specific population; it is geared to humans in general.
- EXPECT a variety of ages, body types, athletes, teams, individuals with various occupations and fitness levels on a continuum.