Today I have another fitness education interview for you.
I am interviewing Paul Turner for your.
Paul is a fitness professional in Langley, BC, Canada.
What makes Paul unique is he has focused on stretch therapy.
In the interview, Paul will share with you how stretch therapy has helped him out in his fitness business and how he has used it to get better results for his clients.
Enjoy the interview.
How Stretch Therapy Can Help Fitness Professionals with Paul Turner
In the interview, Paul will share with you:
– What is Stretch Therapy?
– Benefits of Stretch Therapy?
– How Does Stretch Therapy Fit In?
– Where to Get More info on Stretch Therapy?
Part 1 – What is Stretch Therapy?
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I like the resources that Paul gave in order to get more information on stretch therapy.
He gave some resources that I need to check out.
Below is part two of the interview with Paul.
In the interview, Paul will explain:
– Courses to Take to Get Better at Working with Injuries?
– Upcoming Soft Tissue Release Course?
– Importance of Having a Network
– Last Minute Tips
Part 2 – Courses to Take to Get Better Working with Injuries?
I liked Paul’s last minute tips. I think they are so important.
I hope you enjoyed the interview.
To get more information on Paul Turner and the upcoming Soft Tissue Release course, click here.
I enjoy doing the interviews and bringing them to you.
Thanks for reading the blog and listening to the interview.
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Rick Kaselj, MS
P.S. – Before I go, I want to share with you how Paul got into stretch therapy:
I stumbled onto this about three years ago at a conference in Whistler and it’s changed what I was doing. I’ve always had an interest in correcting human posture and human performance from a stretching standpoint and I found that this was probably one of the fastest ways of correcting things before you start adding in strength. I believe that if you’re looking at somebody who has imbalances, and you’re trying to strengthen it, you may actually be exacerbating the imbalance.The problem by just doing a lot of strength exercises instead of getting in there and freeing up the tissue first. I truly believe you still need the strengthening and conditioning, but in a lot of respects, if you can’t get in there and open up the tissue and have it move freely, you can’t have proper form, and you can’t have proper function. From a performance standpoint, from an elite athlete standpoint they’re looking for that little bit extra, that extra inch, that extra yard, that extra speed, so it helps with them reaching their achievements faster, reaching their peak performance quicker.