Kinstretch is a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility and usable ranges of motion.
A Kinstretch practice is complete with a self-assessment system allowing you the ability to monitor your own body for dysfunction that may be causing pain, loss of performance, or that may be putting you at an increased chance of injury. Check out our blog post for more info on
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With the help of this program and Ian Shields Markow's great coaching I've gotten even better at getting in touch with my joints on an isolated level. I'm realizing more and more that FRC/Kinstretch IS FITNESS. This type of training provides you with the hardware( joints) necessary to do amazing things like capoeira, run, play sports, lift heavy things etc.
My expectation of this program have absolutely been crushed in the best way possible and I couldnt be happier with this investment into my health, as well as, the opportunity to learn from one of the best so that I can pass on that knowledge on to my clients.
My hip flexors usually get tight and painful throughout the week but since that class and being diligent with my hip CARS they have felt amazing. Looking forward to the gains pain 😂
Just did the spine class last night! Best kinstretch class I’ve ever done! And I’ve done many! It’s hard to teach good spine class online! Good job Ian! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼
The amount of information you have put into this course is just above and beyond! You are truly educating us about our bodies and after just the first class and the prep work via assessments. I can honestly say that this investment has been one of the best ever!!!!
Loving the course so far. It's very detailed and well organized. It's been the perfect follow up to FRC.
My knee has felt insanely better since starting this. No painful lockouts or the joint sticking. I do Capoeira as well. I went back to it last week and I was amazed by how good my hips felt and how easy some of the kicks felt.