Stretch Enhancer Strap

Stretch Strap with exercise booklet contains over 24 illustrated stretches for all major muscle groups for general stretching plus specific stretches for figure skaters. Adjusts for all levels from beginners to advanced. Learn how stretching at a certain time during the day makes you more flexible, learn how water intake affects your flexibility,  learn how […]

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Stretch Enhancer Strap

Stretch Strap with exercise booklet contains over 24 illustrated stretches for all major muscle groups for general stretching plus specific stretches for figure skaters. Adjusts for all levels from beginners to advanced. Learn how stretching at a certain time during the day makes you more flexible, learn how water intake affects your flexibility,  learn how […]
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Stretch Enhancer Strap

$39.50

Stretch Strap with exercise booklet contains over 24 illustrated stretches for all major muscle groups for general stretching plus specific stretches for figure skaters. Adjusts for all levels from beginners to advanced. Learn how stretching at a certain time during the day makes you more flexible, learn how water intake affects your flexibility,  learn how the relax phase increases stretch,...

Stretch Strap with exercise booklet contains over 24 illustrated stretches for all major muscle groups for general stretching plus specific stretches for figure skaters. Adjusts for all levels from beginners to advanced. Learn how stretching at a certain time during the day makes you more flexible, learn how water intake affects your flexibility,  learn how the relax phase increases stretch, plus many more valuable tips to make stretching easier. Stretching for skaters includes photos and instructions to achieve beautiful elongated extensions, stunning landing positions and a beautiful line. Flexibility is essential in order to execute Biellmann spins, laybacks, donuts and the essential knockout spiral. The term line in skating refers to the configuration of the skater’s body, whether in motion or at rest. Good line is partly a matter of the physique a skater is born with, but it can also be developed and enhanced by training. In skating, certain relationships of the arms, legs, head, and torso are considered particularly harmonious. Ideally, the skater’s limbs should appear to extend into infinity.