Keep your muscles strong, flexible, and healthy with these 60 stretches to help you loosen up and improve your overall health wherever you are!
Now more than ever, we need to take a moment for ourselves…and our sore muscles! As working from home becomes the norm for many people, bad posture and aches and pains are taking over.
My Pocket Guide to Stretching helps you soothe sore muscles, promote flexibility, and take a moment to calm your mind wherever you find yourself. This portable, compact book allows you to stretch when and where you want, whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or advanced stretcher. With expert advice and simple illustrations showing you how to do each stretch, targeting every body part, and then showing you how to put the stretches together for a whole body routine, this little book can help you shake off tightness and start living a more relaxed and flexible life.
K. Aleisha Fetters is a journalist and certified strength and conditioning specialist whose work has been featured in publications including Time, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Oprah Daily, US News & World Report, Weight Watchers, Family Circle, and SilverSneakers. She is coauthor of The Woman’s Guide to Strength Training and is regularly interviewed as an expert for publications including SHAPE, Food Network, Beachbody, Lifehacker, and DietSpotlight.
Why We Love It
“I sit all day, every work day, and it takes a big toll on how my body feels. While I try to stay active when I can, sometimes I don’t have time for a big workout. This is why I love My Pocket Guide to Stretching. It gives me the ability to get some stretches in whenever, wherever I want, and I don’t feel like I need to commit to a big time frame to do it. I’ve already learned a few stretches that I do sitting at my desk to keep my body limber. I love this book because it makes me feel better!”
—Eileen M., Editor, on My Pocket Guide to Stretching