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"Flexibility is a key to an athlete's success. The advice, exercises, and programs in Stretch to Win will enable your body and mind to be balanced and connected so you can perform your best."
Quarterback, Philadelphia Eagles
Five-time Pro Bowl selection
"Stretch to Win has been a tremendous asset to me. I always had trouble with my hamstrings, but after working with Chris and Ann I was able to compete without pain. I use the routines every day, and they help me stay injury free."
2004 Olympic 4x400-meter gold medalist
2005 world outdoor 400-meter silver medalist and U.S. outdoor champion
"The artistry and rhythm of the Fredericks' approach to stretching are supported by the science of flexibility. The debate may continue over the efficacy of stretching, but in the real world of athletics, the Fredericks' method answers the challenge and meets the need of certified athletic trainers and certified massage therapists."
Benny Vaughn, LMT, ATC, CSCS, NCTMB
Athletic Therapy Center
Fort Worth, Texas
"Making the Stretch To Win System an essential part of my off and in-season training has maximized my athletic performance and has eliminated major injuries so that I'm able to play my best at each and every game."
Green Bay Packers
I love this book. I've read it a couple times now. I use it in clinic alot.Published 7 days ago by Joel H
Good book in case you don't want to deal with the whole yoga studio experience or to start increasing your own flexibilityPublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
The theory behind this book is amazing and the level of detail the authors give is perplexing, it is a great book for self-trained athletes (like me), giving you the bits and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Enrique
What a great book! Step by step, good procedure for self analysis/need for help, then great advice. Has already helped my running and general health.Published 1 month ago by Keweenaw J
can be a bit wordy. needs more photo or illustration to support descriptions of body movements and positions. yet, the physiological rationals seem sound.Published 6 months ago by leilani wright
Can't say I didn't like the book, though there was a lot unnecessary theory in it. Though, as a stretching routine book, it is quite complete. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jose Trucco
Lots of information in this book. Wish I was dedicated to practicing these stretches on a regular basis....I know I would feel better.Published 9 months ago by L. Elaine