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Stretching in the Office Paperback – July 8, 2002
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The introduction covers computer and desk problems, when to stretch, where to stretch, benefits of stretching, how to stretch and go by the feel. There are numerous stretching routines in this fully illustrated book. Almost all of them can be done in an office setting whether standing or seated. Some of these routines include: good morning (startup) stretches, neck and shoulder movements, lower back stretches, stressed out stretches, spontaneous stretches, on the phone stretches, sitting and standing stretches. There is also a section on stretches and movements for repetitive strain injuries. The hand, arm, shoulder and neck stretches are excellent. There is also a section explaining in detail how to do each of the stretches. The end of the book has a section on using the stretch ware material.
This is a book for anyone who works at a desk or has physical limitations but desires to achieve more flexibility and just feel better. The illustrations are beautifully drawn and easy to follow. This book along with Bob Anderson’s original book on stretching is in my opinion the best books around on the importance of stretching.
Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Tactical Principles of the most effective combative systems).