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Dr. Donald Chu's Comment on Strength and Conditioning with Flexcushion

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Published on Aug 30, 2010

Our athletes and patients have found the device to be very useful in maintaining a healthy body as well as improving their performances.

We have used the Flexcushion in our practice of physical therapy and performance development for athletes for some time now. I personally use it in my home to maintain range and flexibility in my low back and lower extremities. Our athletes and patients have found the device to be very useful in maintaining a healthy body as well as improving their performances. Our youngest case study is a 13 y/o male golfer with a 2 handicap. He is in the pubescenet stage of develpment and although he wants to develop strength; he does not want to lose his great swing technique. The Flexcushion has been instrumental in helping his overall development. Our NFL players like the Flexcushion for maintaining hamstring and hip flexibility prior to begining their training programs. As the Flexcushion was initially developed for work with Sumo wrestlers, these athletes who weigh over 290 pounds each are able to relate to the stretching techniques and methods available on the Flexcushion. Even our low back and hip patient poulation are able to stretch so much more effectively with this device, so much so, that we use it across the board in our rehabilitaiton programs as well. I highly recommend the Flexcushion for increasing and maintaining a healthy low back, and flexibile and strong trunk area!

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