Tuesday, December 24, 2019

BOOK REVIEW: Prescriptive Stretching 2nd Edition

Kristian Berg

If you have aches and pains this is the book for you. It contains so many amazing stretches for all that ails you. eliminate pain and prevent stretching the easy way - with this book. Stretching is one of the most important parts of our fitness regimen and this book takes all of the mystery out of when, how, and what to stretch. If you wake up with a sore back or neck, this is the book for you. If you are new to working out, this is the book for you. If you are a seasoned exerciser, this is the book for you! Keep reading to learn more.

The book contains an introduction with definitions and anatomy chart that along with an alphabetized index making it super user friendly. If you have a specific body part that is bothering you, you can easily pinpoint exactly what stretches will benefit you. The book contains diagrams and pictures of each stretch along with detailed instructions so you know exactly how to perform each stretch.

No one likes to live with aches and pain, and with Prescriptive Stretching, Second Edition, no one has to. This must-have guide features full-color anatomical illustrations and step-by-step instructions for dozens of the most effective stretches for all major muscle groups. These stretches are designed to eliminate pain, alleviate muscle soreness, improve balance and flexibility, and prevent common injuries. With ready-to-use stretching sequences, readers can target many common ailments, including back pain, neck stiffness, headaches, shoulder soreness, tennis or golfer’s elbow, and runner’s knee. For anyone looking to increase range of motion or simply alleviate muscle pain and discomfort, Prescriptive Stretching will help them feel better from head to toe.
About the author      
Kristian Berg is a doctor of naprapathy, a medical therapy that focuses on manual manipulation and stretching of the spine and connective tissues. Since 1988 he has managed his own clinic in Stockholm, Sweden, where he specializes in musculoskeletal ultrasound diagnostics (MSKUL). At his clinic, he has shown more than 30,000 patients the importance of stretching and muscular balance for overall health. Berg participates annually in international training courses in dissection, anatomy, and manipulative techniques. He resides in Svartsjo, Sweden.

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