Top 6 Reasons to Get an Assisted Stretch at StretchLab

Health & Wellness, Lifestyle


Written by SOB Creative

Published on March 7, 2022

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers.

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Why stretch yourself when you can get stretched? 

When you visit StretchLab, you can get a deeper stretch than you could ever achieve on your own because their team of highly trained flexologists specializes in stretching. 

There’s not one single reason why people find themselves at StretchLab, only because there’s many. 

Whether you’re looking to reduce muscle tension, improve your posture, or just feel better, a professional assisted stretching routine can benefit you.


Here’s 6 reasons you’ll want to visit StretchLab ASAP:

1. Increase your sports performance and recovery

If you’re an athlete who is looking for a way to maximize your performance and recovery time, you already know stretching is essential. Stretching before and after workouts is beneficial, but a professional assisted stretching routine can take your performance to the next level. 

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2. Increase your range of motion and flexibility 

Everyday tasks are easier when you’re more flexible. Plus, stretching keeps your muscles strong and healthy. You need this flexibility to maintain a good range of motion in your joints. Without it, your muscles shorten and become tight. A proper stretching routine can increase your range of motion and flexibility.

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3. Reduce muscle tension and joint pain 

No one likes waking up with aches and pains. It may be tempting to rest more, but stretching is actually the best route to reducing muscle tension and joint pain. When done right, stretching goes a long way to help ease pain and prevent future injury.


4. Improve your posture and balance

If you have bad posture, you’re not alone. Many people struggle with this. It happens so gradually you might not even notice it at first. But when you start to hunch, your muscles start to weaken. Stretching can strengthen your muscles, improve your balance, and consequently improve your posture so you can stand taller. 

5. Reduce stress levels 

The benefits of stretching extend further than most people realize. When stretching becomes part of your regular routine it can positively impact your mental health. Stretching allows blood and oxygen to flow better which improves mental clarity and reduces stress. Plus, stretching releases endorphins/serotonin creating a general feeling of well-being.

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6. Feel amazing 

Last but not least. Stretching feels good, especially when you’re getting stretched by someone else! The beauty of visiting StretchLab is you’re surrounded by a team of experts who specifically focus on stretching. If you’re looking for the ultimate stretching experience, this is it. 

Getting Started

If you’re ready to see your body is moving today, so you can start moving better tomorrow, visit the StretchLab in the Southtowns. 

When you arrive, they will complete a preliminary assessment to help track your progress over time. They use state-of-the-art MAPS technology so they can provide you with a deeper understanding of how your body moves and visually measure your progress. 

Stretch Lab

3860 McKinley Parkway, Suite 230, Blasdell

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers.

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