Join 10,000s Of People & raise Your Flexibility – Hyperbolic Stretching

Join 10,000s Of People & raise Your Flexibility – Hyperbolic Stretching




FAQ

What exactly am I getting?

After ordering HypStretch you will be emailed your access details from our payment processor Clickbank. Inside you will be able to access the complete HypStretch video instruction program including step-by-step video routines, introduction and exercises explanation videos.  You can access the portal on any device connected to the internet!

How does it work?

HypStretch uses strategic training protocol and specific set/rep combinations to target your muscle survival reflex also known as autogenic inhibition or reversed myotatic reflex. This produces explosive gains in your flexibility, muscular strength, body posture and relief.

Does it expire or do I have lifetime access?

After ordering HypStretch today you will get lifetime access to the program. HypStretch program does not expire and you can log in as many times as you want from any device.

I can’t already touch my toes. Is HypStretch too progressive for me?

It’s not. In fact, you are the exact kind of person who will see get the quickest gains from this program. You have so much room for improvement that just a few sessions will raise your flexibility closest.

I’m really busy, how much time is required?

Each routine takes about 8 minutes, repeated 3 times per week. There are 6 programs with routines for all body parts, including both divided types (front and side). You can follow 1, 2 or already all 6 programs at once. Watch my intro videos inside until the very end to find complete body weekly plan and how to divided the routines.

Can I combine this with my existing workouts?

Yes, and you will get the same if not better results, especially if you do those routines closest after your main workout sessions.

I’ve never already worked out before, can I nevertheless do it?

HypStretch is safe and works for all ages, body types and levels. The program requires no weights or special equipment and can be done at home. Exercise videos of each movement are included so there is no prior workout experience needed.

Do I need any equipment?

No. HypStretch does NOT require any equipment or access to a gym. You can do the program at home. All you will need is a bit of space and a chair.

What if I need help or have questions in the program?

I’m always obtainable in my Facebook Page so send me a private message anytime or just drop drop me an email. You’ll receive initial email from me, if you tick the accept email checkbox at order checkout page.

How long do I have to wait to get access to HypStretch?

HypStretch is a digital, online membership site meaning you get moment access to all the materials and videos the second you join, already if its 3am. Since there’s nothing to mail and no physical books etc., we can keep our program really affordable, saving you a ton of money for all this cutting-edge training.

Can I trust you with my credit card?

Yes and here’s why. All our payment processing is handled by a separate billion-dollar company called Clickbank that has been around for decades, processing millions of transactions every single month

If you’re nevertheless nervous about it, feel free to pay with PayPal. We accept both PayPal and credit cards.

Can I use PayPal?

Yes we do have PayPal as a payment option in addition as credit card options at the order checkout page. Please feel free to to use PayPal.

Get moment Access To All Programs

  One-Time Payment  for Lifetime Access

LIMITED TIME OFFER 

THIS IS A SINGLE ONE TIME PAYMENT OF $27 

NO HIDDEN FEES OR RE BILLING!

The program is provided to you immediately in online video format in a link sent to you by Clickbank. 

Access from anywhere and on any device.

You’ll get lifetime access.

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Get moment Access To All Programs

  One-Time Payment  for Lifetime Access

LIMITED TIME OFFER 

THIS IS A SINGLE ONE TIME PAYMENT OF $27 

NO HIDDEN FEES OR RE BILLING!

The program is provided to you immediately in online video format in a link sent to you by Clickbank. 

Access from anywhere and on any device.

You’ll get lifetime access.

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