Reduce Lower Back Pain: Introducing The FlexAssist™ Portable Flexibility Enhancer
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Jon Bremer, inventor of the FlexAssist™, announces an exciting new product designed to help athletes and ordinary individuals with flexibility problems and chronic back pain enjoy more fulfilling lives. The FlexAssist™ Portable Flexibility Enhancer is now available nationwide.
The launch of this new back and hamstring stretching device includes a new website (www.TheFlexAssist.com) packed full of information athletes and ordinary individuals with flexibility issues or chronic back pain will find valuable and enlightening. Bremer knows from personal experience that improved flexibility through proper back and hamstring stretching facilitates improved performance in golfing and other sports, and helps alleviate chronic back pain as well.
Bremer learned after frequent trips to his chiropractor that years of sitting at his job had resulted in tight hamstring muscles, and ultimately lower back pain. After being advised to engage in a regular stretching routine, he came across some very compelling information online about hamstring and back stretching and the correct way to stretch. One website he came across promoted a flexibility machine used by some of the most well-known golfers in the world, however the price and bulky size of the equipment was prohibitive. Eventually, Bremer had one of those "light bulb" moments while working in his garage one day, realizing that he needed additional leverage to achieve a truly effective and relaxing stretch. Thus, the FlexAssist™ was born!
"Whether you are an athlete or someone that spends most of your day at a desk or in a car and suffers back pain," Bremer says. "A few minutes a day of back and hamstring stretches with the FlexAssist can do wonders for your health and how you feel."
"The FlexAssist helps to create that added leverage that you just can't get by stretching alone," he adds. "Assisted stretching with the FlexAssist is the next best thing to having a trainer help you stretch."
Lower back pain is one of the most common complaints U.S. neurologists hear from their patients. Many golfers and other athletes can afford personal trainers or costly equipment, which allows them to take their flexibility to a level ordinary people cannot accomplish without additional leverage.
According to Bremer, "Using the prototype for the FlexAssist™ allowed me to focus on those muscles that were tighter, and improve balance. Not only did it eliminate my lower back pain, I sleep better than I have in years!"
Individuals who are avid golfers or who participate in other sports, as well as those who simply want an affordable way to loosen up tight muscles and alleviate back and other chronic pain will find the FlexAssist™ incredibly effective.
Jon Bremer, Inventor of the FlexAssist™, invites all who are interested in learning more about the importance of flexibility and who are looking for a cost-effective solution to visit his website at http://www.TheFlexAssist.com.
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