Is Ballet, Dancing, Gymnastics, Yoga or Cheerleading your passion? Do you find it hard to achieve your flexibility goals and struggling where to start?
Improving flexibility can be tough without the right help, which is why our Door Flexibility Trainer is here for you!
Our Door Flexibility Trainer is a good partner for your physical practice. With just a few weeks of use, you can improve your leg flexibility, balance, range of motion, muscle strength, and confidence and you can do most of the difficult poses fast.
It fits on literally any door! Perfect for dancers, yogis, or anyone looking for an awesomely thorough stretch without having to leave their houses.
So never skip a beat and get the stretch of your dreams all with our Door Flexibility Trainer!
✔️Faster Splits Achievement - Door Flexibility Trainer improves your leg flexibility, balance, and range of motion in a natural body position. Just a few weeks of consistent use can enhance your flexibility more.
✔️Easy to use & Portable - All you need is a door to hook on, and a desire to get that deep core stretch you’ve only dreamed of... so no more excuses! Practice, practice practice!
✔️Don't Settle For Less - Train with confidence. Nothing will break because this is made with high-quality materials. The cotton strap smoothly slides through a solid metal welded square ring. Door anchor secures the strap with a metal bolt through a metal plate.
✔️Multi-function - With this trainer, you can do various poses with different angles to stretch your muscles. It is a useful addition to floor stretches, yoga stretching, and many more.
How To Get Started:
If you are a total beginner and want to know where to start, here are 4 of the most common stretches used in Ballet, Cheerleading, and Gymnastics. The pictures below show you the natural progression of learning each stretch. However, there are some important safety tips to keep in mind.
Make sure to warm up your muscles with some light exercise such as walking or jumping jacks. Stretching cold muscles may result in injury.
Hold a sustained stretch for 10-30 seconds. Don't bounce when stretching. Bouncing causes your muscles to overstretch which may result in small tears in fibers.
Only stretch to the point of mild discomfort. If it hurts, you're pushing too hard. Slow and steady wins the race. It's easy to get excited and push yourself too hard in the beginning. Instead, focus on improving over a few weeks rather than a few days, and you are sure to prevent injury.
Breath normally when stretching. Don't try to hold your breath or preform special breathing exercises.
Get advice when needed. Check with your doctor or health professional if you have an injury or have had a previous injury and are unsure of how to stretch properly.