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Activated Isolated Stretching with David Weintraub @ Bodyworks DW on BWDWTV

AI Stretches with DW

By David Weintraub

stress relieving videos, stress relief videos, holistic health, AI stretching

Owner, David Weintraub, LMT received his massage therapy education at the Finger Lakes School of Massage in Ithaca, NY in 2007. He then received his life coaching education during a year-long intensive with Accomplishment Coaching in 2013.

Stretching is a great way to relieve muscle pain. But there are times where stretching can work against you, and actually cause pain instead. Active Isolated stretching is a technique that allows you to target muscles without triggering the protective stretch reflex. And this is done by holding simple positions for no more than 2 seconds at a time! This technique can not only help with pain management, but help prepare your body for your regular, daily activities as well.

AI Stretching with DW is a set of 59 active-isolated stretches for the full body in 5 parts called zones. Learn how this type of stretching can help you with everything from flexibility, pain relief, and more!

AI Stretching With DW

Zone 1:

  • Upper Leg, Hip, Trunk Series
  • Shoulders
  • Single Leg Hip Stretch
  • Double Leg Hip Stretch
  • Hamstring Stretch- Bent Leg
  • Hamstring Stretch- Straight Leg
  • Adductor Stretch w/ Straight Leg
  • Abductor Stretch w/ Straight Leg
  • Quadruped Psoas Stretch
  • Quad Stretch
  • Single Leg Glute Stretch
  • Lumbar Twist
  • Trunk Rotators
  • Hip Rotators w/ External Rotation
  • Hip Rotators w/ Internal Rotation
  • External Hip Rotators – Seated
  • Seated Mid Back
  • Single-Side Mid Back Stretch
  • Standing Side Body

Zone 2:

  • Shoulder Warm Up
  • Pec Opener
  • Anterior Deltoid
  • Shoulder External Rotation
  • Shoulder Stretch W/ Internal Rotation
  • Rotator Cuff
  • Rotator Cuff W/ Bent Arm
  • Forward Elevation
  • Lateral Elevation

Zone 3:

  • Anterior Neck and Rotation
  • Diagonal Back of Neck
  • Diagonal Front of Neck
  • Neck Warm Up
  • Posterior Neck
  • Side of Neck

Zone 4 & 5: Coming!

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