New York, NY (PRWEB) July 17, 2014
Elasticsteel announces the launch of a new stretching method for athletes of all sports at EasyFlexibility.com. Now, using new techniques, any athlete can become more flexible and drastically improve their skills.
Hosted by ElasticSteel, parent company of EasyFlexibility.com, the site features over 100 stretching and flexibility programs. These programs are designed for athletes or sport enthusiast who want to develop fast and pain-free range of motion and flexibility. ElasticSteel is a leader in sports conditioning and flexibility training in sport and fitness industry.
EasyFlexibility.com programs feature a revolutionary new approach to flexibility training, called Kinesiological Stretching Techniques. These techniques work faster than previously available stretching exercises. Examples of previously used stretching include the relaxed stretches of yoga, the dynamic stretches of Track and Field, and Dance, and PNF (proprioceptiveneuromuscularfacilitation) often used in rehab and athletic settings.
Kinesiological Stretching Techniques completely avoid the pain of stretch reflex. Stretch reflex is what stops people from stretching the muscles due to pain and discomfort. These completely unique stretching exercises lengthen the muscles according to natural muscle patterns. These patterns are based on the science called kinesiology, hence the program’s name.
ElasticSteel, Inc was found by Paul Zaichik in 2005 to help athletes, coaches, teachers and trainers develop optimum strength, conditioning and flexibility programs. ElasticSteel offers a variety of books, DVDs, seminars and other services on the topics of optimum athletic performance. In 2014 thousands of professionals worldwide engaged in ElasticSteel techniques.
About Kinesiological Stretching Techniques and EasyFlexibility.com:
Kinesiological Stretching Techniques were designed by ElasticSteel to enable users to become flexible and pain-free in a short amount of time. There are DVDs and seminars available on proper use and applications of kinesiological stretching techniques at http://www.EasyFlexibility.com.