Work, family, exercise, it never seems to slow down. Living a busy life where you’re constantly on the go can take a toll on your body. As you age, it becomes harder to bounce back. You lose muscle, and less muscle means greater weakness and less mobility, both of which may increase your risk of falls and fractures. Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) can prevent injuries, ease muscle tension, and rejuvenate your body, helping you to keep up with your busy life.
AIS is designed to stretch major muscle groups and help the body repair itself. During a session with a certified trainer, you will experience a series of two-second stretches that improve circulation and increase the elasticity of muscles, joints, and fascia. AIS lengthens muscles, increasing your range of motion and flexibility. The method is designed to help prevent hamstring, shoulder and elbow injuries, all while relieving stress on your body.