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As a thank you for visiting today and for taking your first step towards training with FitStrong, here’s a FREE download for – the title says it all!



Ooh, you know what, I’m feeling extra generous cause I’m a passionate trainer and a nice guy, so here’s a little extra for you.

Now, I’m a big advocate of back health-care. You can’t get stronger and fitter and happier if you’ve got a tight back or hips – trust me, I’ve been there and it almost caused me to quit this business a few years ago!

The Brettzel 2.0 is a fantastic and simple mobility stretch that will identify tight spots and help free them up over time and practice. It is important to take deep abdominal breaths throughout (you can’t see that in the video) and do not go to pain, much like any stretch.








FitStrong PT strongly recommends that you consult with your doctor before beginning any exercise program.

You should be in good physical condition and be able to participate in the exercise.

FitStrong PT is not a licensed medical care provider and represents that it has no expertise in diagnosing, examining, or treating medical conditions of any kind, or in determining the effect of any specific exercise on a medical condition.

You should understand that when participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury.

All forms of exercise pose some inherent risks. FitStrong PT advises the exerciser to take full responsibility for their safety and know their limits. Before practicing the exercises in this program, be sure that your equipment is well maintained, and do not take risks beyond your level of experience, aptitude, training and fitness. The exercises and dietary programs (where suggested) in this program are not intended as a substitute for any exercise routine or treatment or dietary regimen that may have been prescribed by your doctor.

Don’t lift heavy weights if you are alone, inexperienced, injured, or fatigued. Don’t perform any exercise without proper instruction. Always perform a warm-up prior to all forms of training.