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Great for increasing range of motion for all levels:

 
 
 

Bendy Body

A flex-stability workout for peak performance.

Stretch and strengthen... learn to bend without breaking!

Develop strength and flexibility in one workout, building the muscles that will unlock your body’s natural range of motion for peak athletic performance.

Bendy Body will help you:  Overcome chronically tight joints and muscles • Reduce risk of injury • Facilitate ease of movement • Improve alignment and technique  • Prepare for advanced stretching and performance • Improve alignment, extension, and technique.

 
 
 
 
 

A focus on mastering splits and backbends:

 
 
 

Get Bent!

Circus style flexibility training.

Safe and effective stretching techniques to build longer, stronger muscles.

Unlock the legs, hips, shoulders and spine with techniques that will help you make the most of your stretching and get the results you want.

Just 60 minutes for a complete, full-body stretch that also builds strength and joint stability for flexibility you can use

Sections: (1) Full body warm up  (2) Stretches for legs and hips  (3)  Side and middle splits  (4) Shoulder warm up and stretching  (5) Strength-based approach to backbending  (6) Cool down  (7) Special hands-on tutorial on achieving beautiful splits. 

Disponible en español
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Shoulder School

Prep Your Shoulders for Anything

Shoulders that love a challenge and lift heavy weights need a good education to prevent injury and improve performance.

Take your shoulders to school with three workouts designed for the over-achieving shoulder joint!

Proper shoulder function requires more than fifteen muscles and four joints, making the shoulder versatile but prone to injuries and imbalances. This DVD will arm you with a variety of tools to stabilize, strengthen, and mobilize your shoulders, improving flexibility and technique in any shoulder-intensive activity you choose. These exercises can be done all together or taken as needed to design the perfect workout for you.

For more information about shoulder health visit the Fit & Bendy Shoulder School page.

 
 
 

Get Bent, Bendy Body or Both?

 

Kristina explains the difference between Get Bent and Bendy Body.