List of the Best Stretching & Flexibility Books

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List of the Best Stretching & Flexibility Books

Looking for some help with stretching? Here are our favorite martial arts-related stretching & flexibility books. This section will help you to find stretching books focused on improving your overall flexibility. In turn, this will potentially reduce some pulled muscles and improve your kicking, punching and grappling power.

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Popular Martial Arts Stretching, Flexibility & Yoga Books - Our favorites!

Popular Stretching Books for Older Martial Artists

Stretching Equipment

  • Leg Stretchers - This piece of stretching equipment will help your splits… but it looks like a medieval torture device. :) See the picture below.
  • Stretching Straps - These straps are designed to give you a deeper stretch.
  • Yoga Equipment

Stretching DVDs



Leg Stretching Equipment


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