Stretch Yourself in 2012

As we move into 2012, here’s something important I want to share with you.

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

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.

Stretching and flexibility means more than maintaining a certan range of motion, or the ability to bend down and pick up something. It means resiliency. It means motion. It means acting – and FEELING – younger and more energetic, in everything you do.

It can even impact your thinking. Yes, having a more flexible and supple body helps you develop greater flexibility and creativity in your thinking! And being more flexible and open is a surefire way to accelerate your results this year.

Think about it this way:   If you have any sort of lower back pain or stiffness, it’s pretty much weighing on your mind all day long – distracting you, bugging you, keeping you from 100 percent focus on the important things you want to get done. So think of what a load has been lifted when your back is loose and free. The benefit is far more than physical – it’s mental, too.   In addition, when your lower back is loose, your kidneys and other internal organs function much better – and this is huge in terms of giving you the energy and fearlessness to go through your day with gusto and enthusiasm – with a belief that everything is going to work out just fine.

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 share my method of improving flexibility and joint health through my program, “Dynamic Flexibility: The Secret To Healthy, Pain-Free Joints, Limber Muscles and Maximum Mobility”.

Check out this life-enhancing program right now at:

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 in only minutes…so you are limber, loose and injury-proof.

I also show 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. And I have just the program to help you.

Order your copy of “Dynamic Flexibility: The Secret To Healthy, Pain-Free Joints, Limber Muscles and Maximum Mobility”  and discover for yourself how easy and enjoyable stretching and improving your flexibility can be!

I’m letting this program go at a special price. So stretch yourself this year! Go to and get your sopy today.

You Can Do It!


“Best Breathing Exercises: Transform Body Mind and Spirit with Dynamic Energy Exercise!”

Copyright, Karen Van Ness, 2012

One thought on “Stretch Yourself in 2012

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