Michael J. Cornelison, DPM, FACFAS
10353 Torre Avenue, Suite C
Cupertino, California 95014
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How training with Stretchrite can help

Whether you are looking to make your stretching sessions comfortable, fun and effective, or want an effective stretching solution for your tight hips and shoulder pain, StretchRite is your best bet. Made available by Cupertino Podiatry Inc at $29.99 a piece, this patented tool can be used by everyone, starting from students and athletes to those suffering from arthritis, hip problems or shoulder pain.

What's so special about it?

Thanks to its ergonomically designed handgrip, StretchRite allows you to stretch comfortably, while increasing your range of motion in steps. Its non-elastic strap makes it easy to execute each stretch correctly and efficiently. You can work out every major muscle group in your body, including your shoulders, arms, legs and torso with it. No wonder that foot doctors often suggest its use for people suffering from problems related to shins, feet, back, hamstrings, calves etc. Those having problems attributed to swimmer's elbow, runner's/jumper's knee, osteoporosis and arthritis can also benefit from using StretchRite. Since you can keep a visual track of your progress with this tool, it becomes easier for you to stay motivated and stick to your fitness and stretching routine.

Another advantage of StretchRite is to help you customize your stretching routine. Featuring six ergonomically-shaped handgrips, which let you fine-tune tension during your stretches, you can now individualize your stretching program easily. Novices or those using a fitness routine for the first time should ideally begin at the easiest position and move the next advanced handgrip position as their flexibility improves. Itís ideal to consult your foot doctor or trainer to know which handgrip position is the best for you to begin with, thus avoiding straining or injuring yourself inadvertently.

To know more about using StretchRite the right way or consulting foot doctors of Cupertino Podiatry Inc, you can check www.cupertinopodiatrist.com to schedule an appointment or dial 408-446-5811. You may also take a tour of www.footpainreliefproducts.com to find other fitness products like this tool.