No Daily Progress
- You should see progress every day, if you are doing it right.
- There is no reason for you not to see a process regularly, even a small one.
No Daily Progress: Each training session you should be a little more flexible than the previous session.
This should apply to the start and end of the workout.
For example here is a practitioner pictures on two consecutive workouts.
Eventually the retention would be 180.
Of course, to do that you have to go past 180 at your last round.
How to Measure and Keep Track of your Split
We recommend to keep recording your progress for encouragement and comparison using this free app, it’s called Stretch180 and you can get it on http://easyflexibility.azurewebsites.net/
If you are not progressing, we recommend to start training correctly using our programs. Please select below:
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