Is Hyperbolic Stretching real?
Alex Larsson is the creator of the Hyperbolic Stretching method.
His story is pretty interesting and I think so many of us can relate to him.
He was a computer programmer, which meant that he had to spend long long hours seated on a chair, stooped in front of a computer.
One fine day, he was at work as usual, and after a 12 hour shift, he could not stand up at all.
The next thing he knew was that he found himself in a hospital, suffering from a neuro muscular shutdown in this lower back, hips and thighs.
From that point on, he made it his life’s work to find a solution to tackle this common program that all of us face, eventually formulating the Hyperbolic Stretching program.
During his research, he focused on how to increase flexibility and improve flexibility, in turn gaining a stronger core.
He has since left his job and has become a full time flexibility and fitness expert.
Today, he is highly sought after and has speaking engagements and commands up to $450 per 2 hours of personal training!
For me, it is really important to know that he has been there, done that, and knows exactly what you and I face on a daily basis.
Thus, I find that his methods are believable and achievable.