Flexibility Made Easy

Improving and maintaining the flexibility of your muscles and
joints is one of the most important things you can do for your

A proper program of stretching and flexibility exercises helps you
feel better, move better, and avoid injury.

Problem is, most people have been taught the wrong way to stretch.
I can’t tell you how many horror stories I witnessed at the gym
and in the training hall.

In fact, many of the stretches taught at gyms and in classes, in
books and DVD’s are redundant and a waste of time. Some can even
do you more harm than good.

Like many people, you may avoid stretching, or throw it in as an
afterthought to your exercise program. And you may think that
stretching means pain, boredom, or twisting yourself into a pretzel.

I’m here to tell you that’s not the case!

Done properly – the way I teach – improving your flexibility,
range of motion and joint health can be rejuvenating, invigorating –
AND enjoyable.

I’ve decided to share my method of improving flexibility and
joint health through my new program, “Dynamic Flexibility: The
Secret To Healthy, Pain-Free Joints, Limber Muscles and Maximum

In “Dynamic Flexibility: The Secret To Healthy, Pain-Free Joints,
Limber Muscles and Maximum Mobility”, I home in on the most
productive, results-producing flexibility exercises. I show you
how to use dynamic, natural movements to improve your flexibility
and the health of your joints…so you are limber, loose
and injury-proof.

I also teach you how your breathing and emotional state can
influence your flexibility…and how to leverage both to radically
increase your flexibility and feeling of wellbeing within minutes.

And guess what: even if you are super stiff, my method can
increase your flexibility by 300% – often after just one session.

Getting older doesn’t have to mean increased stiffness and loss
of mobility, degenerating joints, or chronic nagging pain. You CAN
recapture the limber, pain free body you once enjoyed in your younger days.

You Can Do It!



Copyright Karen Van Ness. All Rights Reserved.


2 Responses to “Flexibility Made Easy”

  1. Dr. Wendy Schauer, D.C., R.K.C. Says:

    I have said for years that I believe stretching is is a big key to keep from getting old. Our muscles tend to stiffen as we age and stretching is important to keep them functioning. Thank you for getting this information out.
    Yours In Health!

    Dr. Wendy M. Schauer, D.C., R.K.C.
    Come Experience The Power of the Russian KettleBell Revolution at Kettlebell Olympia – Home of A Better Body With Bells!

  2. Dating After 40 Expert Says:

    Hi Karen,

    Oh yes to flexibility! My late mother used to do even a series of exercises in bed to maintain strength and flexibility. Excellent reminder to us all to promote our health.

    Happy Dating and Relationships,

    April Braswell
    Dating After 40 Expert

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