Customized Stretching Plans for Posture


Corrective Stretching eBooks with Photos for Correcting Postural Issues. One of the most important parts of improving posture is Corrective Stretching to target specified muscle groups that are overused.

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Customized Stretching Plans for Common Movement Impairments

Do you have a job where you are sitting or driving several hours a day?  Is your lifestyle sedentary or inactive most of the time?  Then our customized stretching plans are for you!  Majority of Americans are developing postural distortions that result in neck & back pain, headaches, muscle soreness or cramping.  Surprisingly, most injuries are a result of being sedentary and having poor posture!  Not only are these customized stretching plans an easy way to get started toward a more active & healthy lifestyle, but it’s designed to be complementary to our Corrective Strengthening programs for common movement impairments!

With these customized stretching plans, get some of the most effective stretches to help prevent injury or fix postural impairments associated with:

  • Upper Crossed Syndrome
  • Lower Crossed Syndrome
  • Pronation Distortion Syndrome

These customized stretching plans includes photos & descriptions of each stretch with instructions, plus recommendations for helpful stretching instruments. For more detailed booklets associated with specific common movement impairments (or one of the syndromes as stated above), please check our product listing for more Corrective Stretching e-books.

Kelly Gibson is a Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist by NASM, the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is also certified in several other fitness and nutrition programs. Read more about Kelly here.

Arms Fall Forward – Customized Stretching Plan

Do you have a limited range of motion in your rotator cuffs? If so this could mean that you need to stretch! Try this stretching booklet to keep your arms upright during overhead movements.

Head Protrudes Forward – Customized Stretching Plan

Do you spend countless hours driving or sitting at a desk? Do you have poor vision and tend to stick your head forward and squint to see things in front of you?  Do you ever notice that when you do pushing or pulling movements that your head protrudes forward? You probably have a movement impairment and need to stretch muscles your upper back and strengthen your cervical flexors. Buy  this ebook to learn how to correct this issue and start stretching today! Your exercise form and posture needs work if your head protrudes forward.

Lower Crossed Syndrome – Customized Stretching Plans

Does your pelvis naturally tilt forward during static posture while standing? Do you get low back pain? You may be at risk of having Lower Crossed Syndrome. This can be corrected through stretching. Try this eBook to learn what muscles are overactive or underactive, causing this common postural distortion.

Elbows Flex – Customized Stretching Plan

Do you have trouble fully extending your arms during push-ups, shoulder presses, or any other overhead movements?  You may have the movement impairment where your elbows flex. This is easily corrected by stretching certain upper body muscles while strengthening other weaker muscles.  Order this book to learn more about what is overactive, underactive, and to learn how to stretch to correct this common impairment.

Low Back Rounding – Customized Stretching Plan

Do you find yourself slouching often or do you experience sore hip flexors? You might be experiencing the low back rounding during exercise. The low back rounding occurs most notably during squats, deadlifts, and any bending movements. Try this corrective stretching booklet to learn how to straighten out your back or to prevent the low back rounding impairment.  This is a movement impairment and postural distortion that can easily be corrected with a stretching and strengthening program.  Order yours today!

Feet Turn Out – Customized Stretching Plans

Do your feet turn out during walking or other forms of exercise? Unfortunately while it may seem like a normal movement, when the feet turn out this is likely caused by a sedentary lifestyle with prolonged sitting day in and day out.  During sitting, many muscles can become tight and shorten, causing the feet to turn out and in many cases muscle soreness.  If the tight muscles are stretched regularly, the feet will straighten out.  Order this book to learn more about what muscles are overactive and need to be stretched. With straightened feet, your posture during exercise will be significantly better than if your feet turn out.

Flat Feet – Customized Stretching Plans

If you have flat feet, or your feet flatten during squats or jogging, then you may need corrective stretching to rebuild the arch in your feet. Orthotics are a short-term solution, as they provide arch support in your shoes, however they do not work to strengthen your underactive muscles or stretch your overactive muscles that cause flattening of the feet. If you have flat feet, these stretches will help. It even helps to reduce plantar fasciitis pain.

Heels Rise – Customized Stretching Plan

Do your heels rise during squats or jumping drills to the point where it is difficult to keep your heels down?  You may have overactive muscles that need stretched.  Order this e-book to learn the major stretches that can prevent or correct this movement impairment. If your heels rise you should learn these lower body stretches to lower your heel.

Assymetric Weight Shift – Customized Stretching Plan

Distortion of the Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Complex (LPHC), in which one hip rises higher than the other during overhead squats or single-leg squats. In this situation, one leg appears shorter than the other, and the hips appear to be unlevel.  One can lenghten the muscles in the “shortened” leg by performing the stretches in this book.

Customized Stretching Plans you can choose from:

 Arms Fall Forward | Assymetric Weight Shift | Elbows Flex | Excessive Forward Lean | Excessive Pelvic Rotation | Feet Turn Out | Feet Flatten | Head Protrudes Forward | Heels Rise | Hip Hikes | Hip Drops | Knees Cave Inward | Knees Move Outward |  Low Back Arches | Low Back Rounds | Lower Crossed Syndrome | Pronation Distortion Syndrome | Sciatic Nerve Pain | Shoulder Elevates | Shoulder Protracts, Wings, or Rounds | Torso Rotates Inward | Torso Rotates Outward | Upper Crossed Syndrome