Why Stretch?


Stress Reduction

Stretching releases stored muscle tension caused by accumulated stress. This effect will help you relax and overcome symptoms of insomnia.

Endorphin Boost

Stretching stimulates the release of chemicals called endorphins, which are naturally produced in your body. They are happy-feeling hormones.

Sense of Accomplishment

Inactivity can make you feel as if you are going backward health-wise. Stretching frees you from that experience of decline. Stretching can transform you from being inactive to being active – you are on the road to limberness. Every little stretch is racking up points and you feel you are on the right road.

Mood Elevation

 Stretching makes our bodies feel better and gives you a greater overall sense of well-being and self-perception. It also evokes happiness and puts you in a sacred idleness, as you savor that moment when all is in harmony. 

Miss Less Work or Important Activities

So many people miss work or other activities because of lower back pain or other muscular problems. Many times, stretching can help avoid costly treatments and time away from places you want to be and activities you want to do.

Increased Flexibility

Stretching relaxes and lengthens tight muscles. This allows greater freedom of movement and reduces your risk of pain and injuries, such as strains, sprains, and spasms.

Weight Loss

Stretching increases flexibility, making people more inclined to fidget and enjoy the many combined benefits, including burning calories (can lose 30-40 pounds a year).

Combat Diabetes

Stretching has been shown effective for regulating blood glucose with minimal effort required, so can improve ability to lose weight and combat diabetes.

Improved Joint Mobility

Stretching helps to reduce joint inflammation and pain. This is especially helpful to those afflicted with arthritis and symptoms of fibromyalgia.

Cardiovascular Health

Stretching has been proven to improve cardiovascular health, lowering blood pressure, and decreasing incidence of stroke and heart disease.

Increased Blood Circulation

Stretching increases blood flow to muscles and joints, thus restoring energy and reducing complications caused by Type 2 diabetes and arterial heart disease. With improved circulation, our bodies also absorb more nutrition and eliminate waste products more efficiently.

Increased Alertness

Stretching and other low-intensity exercise invigorate you better than a caffeine drink and has also been shown to be effective for improving cognitive health in older adults.

Better Posture

Stretching helps to realign soft tissue structures that have adapted to poor postural habits and gravity.

Study Shows Reduced Risk of All-Cause Morbidity

Stretching works your muscles and combats the effects of sedentary life-styles, including reducing the risk of all-cause morbidity (see Section 7).

Gives Purpose

Stretching gives you a purpose, for example, achieving personal physical goals, such as being able to pick up your child or grandchild, help others who are infirm, or carry your pet. 


Who Can Benefit?

Stretching Your Way benefits anyone at any age who wants to: 

  • Enjoy better sleep 
  • Reduce stress 
  • Reduce blood pressure 
  • Increase flexibility
  • Improve joint mobility
  • Experience better coordination
  • Have better posture
  • Control diabetes
  • Increase alertness
  • Feel more alive.

Anyone, from competitive athlete to a less-flexible senior, whether you're young or not or anywhere in between, Stretching Your Way improves your quality of life! 

 The Stretching Your Way methodology is magical. It works wonders for stretching your muscles in the safest and most reliable way. Get your copy of Stretching Your Way today! 

 Stretching Your Way works while you: 

  • Sit at your desk 
  • Talk on the phone 
  • Use your mobile devices
  • Write your grocery list 
  • Unload the dishwasher  
  • Watch television 
  • Make the bed 
  • Wait for appointments, or
  • Any of the myriad activities you do daily.