Synopsis from Dr. Chuck Tillotson:
We had a whole bunch of people jump. Around 60% of the people, 50 to 60, jumped an inch higher. Around 30% jumped 2 inches higher. We had one person, maybe 2, who jumped 3 inches higher after stretching in the Backloop 30 times. The bottom line is, it improves quad and hip flexor strength which is vital in every single sporting event.If you participate in any kind of sports, and you want to jump higher and perform better, you need to strongly consider the Backloop. It will help you improve your sport.
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Dr. Chuck: Today, we’re at the TWU Health Fair, just hanging out in the Backloop….just slide in there, please. Put your arm through the middle. Reach up and grab the handles. You’re decompressing those discs in your lower back. Ok? When you decompress them, you get fluids in and bad stuff out. You keep the disk healthy that way.
Dr. Chuck: All back pain starts with a poor disk. So if you keep motion in your spine, then you’ll never have back pain. Ok, so let’s do 15 more. So what we’re doing is we’re decompressing your lower back. The nerves that come out of your back go down into the front of your legs and that’s where you get your strength when you jump. Most sporting activities depend on the quads and the hip flexors, ok? So, the idea being, if we decompress your spine, we should improve function of those muscles. So you should be able to jump higher.
Dr. Chuck: How important is jumping when you play volleyball?
Girl athlete: Very important!
Dr. Chuck: And, did you go higher today?
Girl: I did go higher.
Dr. Chuck: How much higher?
Girl: Two inches.
Dr: Chuck: Two inches!?!
Dr Chuck: Sweet!!
Technician: She hit the 8’2″.
Dr. Chuck: She hit the 8’2″, try it again.
Technician: You can do it again.
Dr. Chuck: Just did the Backloop… Did it about 30 times. And how many inches higher did you jump?
Another girl athlete: 2 inches.
Dr. Chuck: You jumped, uhm, how many inches higher today?
Another girl athlete: 2 inches higher.
Dr. Chuck: What was the start?
Technician: He got three.
Dr. Chuck: I told you man!
Male athlete: I did it?
Dr. Chuck: You did it.
Dr. Chuck: After you did the Backloop, you jumped again. How many inches higher did you go?
Male athlete: Three.
Dr. Chuck: Three inches. Did you play sports as a kid?
Male: Always, yeah.
Dr. Chuck: How important is vertical leap?
Male: In every sport ever, it’s very important.
Dr. Chuck: We had a whole bunch of people jump. We probably had maybe 60% of the people, 50 to 60, that jumped an inch higher. We had 30% who jumped 2 inches higher. And I think we had one person today, maybe 2, that jumped 3 inches higher after stretching in the Backloop 30 times. The bottom line is, it improves quad and hip flexor strength. That’s vital in every single sporting event. So, if you participate in any kind of sports, and you want to jump higher and you want to perform better, you need to strongly consider the Backloop. It’s a great product. It will help you do your sport better and you’ll improve. Try the Backloop today.