One size fits all” routines don’t address your body’s unique needs. This course frees you from the aches, pains, and stiff muscles that restrict your movement and hold you back from fully participating in the activities you enjoy.
Reduce Pain and Tightness at Work
Finally Achieve Full Splits & Bridges
Increase Static & Dynamic Ranges of Motion
Be More Confident in Your Body’s Ability to Perform
Focused Flexibility is a completely customizable program for assessing and improving your effective range of motion for greater ease and freedom of movement.
🤷♂️ IS FOCUSED FLEXIBILITY FOR ME?
Whatever your skill level, Focused Flexibility will help you improve your range of motion efficiently so you can move and perform better with less pain.
- Wanna be less stiff and achey generally? Focused Flexibility will help you zero in on the places you need it most to make progress quickly.
- Have specific ranges of motion you want to improve? Get targeted exercises and our proven protocol to do it efficiently, even if nothing else has worked.
🔩 NUTS & BOLTS
Focused Flexibility is an online program you can access on your own schedule. The training is clearly organized with expert video instruction, so you always know exactly what to do. Here are some helpful details:
- Training Schedule: Focused Flexibility works in 2-week cycles. You can do as few cycles as you need to get the results you want.
- Lifetime Access: Once you get Focused Flexibility it’s yours for life, so you can go at your own pace and revisit the program as many times as you want.
- Equipment: None. (Though a chair might come in handy now and then.)
😎 THE RESULTS
Over 31,331 clients have used Focused Flexibility to move more freely with less pain:
- Jin got his full squat—something he’d never been able to do—in only about a month of training.
- After 10 years of stretching without much progress, Steven got his full pancake and made big strides towards his splits in just a couple months.
- Matthew’s kicks are much improved for his taekwondo practice, and he’s more resilient against injury.
Focused Flexibility changed the way I stretch.
Previously I was either doing dynamic stretches and static/PNF stretches separately. Now in my static/PNF stretching I always use the pattern of dynamic stretching followed by PNF as described in FF. I find the dynamic movements make the PNF less uncomfortable so it’s easier to spend more time stretching. I also think that it reduces injury because the movements make me stronger near the current limits of my flexibility.
The increased strength is difficult to measure but my kicking (tae kwon do) is much improved. The pancake stretch described in the program is one that I do nearly every day now.
Scientific Flexibility Exercise Based
on Proven Techniques
FF was designed by our resident flexibility expert, Jarlo Ilano, a physical therapist since 1998 and board certified orthopedic clinical specialist with the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.It’s based on his experience helping patients regain their movement abilities after injuries and accidents.
Jarlo chose proven protocols and techniques from his professional practice and combined them with his knowledge of teaching yoga, martial arts, and gymnastic movements to create the most effective and efficient flexibility program available.
You Can Finally Get Flexible
Even if Nothing Has Worked Before
Rest assured that this is not another rehash of the same old stretches you’ve been doing your whole life. While FF does cover some “standards,” it does so in a way you’ve probably never seen before—the right way—emphasizing the small details of each technique that make the difference between effective and ineffective practice.FF also features a refreshing lack of “banging your head against the wall” by forcing yourself into a deeper stretch. Instead, you’ll use a “special sauce” PNF variation that trains your muscles to allow more stretch.
Why Focused Flexibility Works Better
We don’t believe in the “shotgun” approach to flexibility training espoused in a lot of books and video courses where you do a ton of different movements every day. Instead, we take a focused approach.
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Our “BAP!” Assessment
FF begins with a self-diagnostic in 8 Basic Assessment Positions that help you discover which areas need the most work. Each BAP corresponds to a specific set of exercises that give you greater range of motion precisely where you need it.
Proven Method & Protocol
The FF protocol is a variant of “PNF” stretching methods used by physical therapists and around the world to strengthen and release tight muscles and train the central nervous system to allow a wider functional range safely.
Targeted to Your Specific Needs
Instead of wasting time with general stretches you don’t need, you’ll choose just those exercises that directly impact your targeted movements and positions. No more hour-long routines and slow progress from unfocused training.
When we first launched Focused Flexibility, it consisted almost entirely of this targeted methodology. And over 18,000 people used it to fix their pains and move better.But along the way they also gave us some helpful feedback…
That even when they weren’t working on a specific flexibility issue, they still wanted an effective stretching practice to keep moving in the right direction. So we added targeted follow-along routines to help you stay limber and pain-free for your favorite activities.
Simple, Follow-Along Stretching Routines
Targeted for Your Needs
For some training cycles, the best flexibility practice is the kind where you just press play and get started on an efficient stretching sequence. So we created 12 follow-along routines covering a wide variety of needs. Each one features expert instruction, models with different levels of flexibility, and various camera angles so you can see all the important details.
All-Around Daily Stretch
Desk Jockey Routine
Gymnastic Rings & Parallettes
Common Problem Areas
Striking/Kicking Martial Arts
Grappling/Mixed Martial Arts
It’s Never Been Easier To Follow A Targeted
The videos and explanation in FF are arranged to make the program and exercises as clear as possible, so you can get individualized results without the guesswork.
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Clinically Backed Methods
Proven “special sauce” variation of PNF methodology
BAP! assessment protocol for targeted practice
22 detailed video tutorials for each position and movement
Get Results with No Wasted Time
Laser-focused training for individualized results
12 follow-along routines for efficient practice
Guaranteed to help you move better with less pain
Everything is clearly organized so you’ll know exactly what to do each day. You shouldn’t have to spend your time searching forums and old blog posts to figure out how to use your program, so we’ve included everything you need to make Focused Flexibility easy to follow.
Join 31,331 clients who have greater range of motion and less restriction:
FF helped me work into a full squat, something I’ve never been able to do, in about a month of training. The GMB programs have been the easiest for me to follow and adhere to. I also feel like I pay more attention to my body when working with GMB programs.
I didn’t really understand how to stretch before or how to breathe while stretching. Grouping of specific areas also helped a lot because I didn’t understand that before either! Also the videos are short and to the point which is great because stretching is boring enough without having to listen to someone talk about it for hours or having to fast forward to the relevant parts. I really liked the format.
Focused Flexibility will help you move better, guaranteed.
Give Focused Flexibility an honest try. The fact is, if you do the work, you’ll get results.
After the first four weeks, if you’re not moving and feeling measurably, noticeably better, we don’t want your money. Send us an email, and we’ll give you a full refund that you can put towards a gym membership or a session with a personal trainer. You can see all the details here.
I have incorporated Jarlo’s flexibility tactics into my martial arts stretching and whilst teaching tonight I got stomach and chest to the floor on the pancake stretch.
15 years of stretching the way I always had done had only got me so far. I always used to arch my back way too much, trying to touch my forehead to the floor. And changing the emphasis to pivoting from the hips, keeping my back straight and projecting my chest towards the floor has really made the difference.
So now I just have to get a few more inches in front and side splits and I will finally be able to full splits. I always used to think that if you didn’t do the splits when you were young and then maintained it you would never be able to get there as an adult.
My progress is really down to doing things in the right way.
Up to the last couple of months I had thought I had reached the limit of my flexibility given my age (37) and had pretty much had the same stretch for 10 years or more. So it was really changing the focus of how I stretched that really made the difference.
Focused Flexibility is the best program on the market for the task of improving flexibility! I’ve seen great improvement in my squat and my posture in less than two weeks of work. And I’m using the same time I do the routine (6 exercises) to meditate as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’ve also taken the liberty of including the answers here, since the questions aren’t very enlightening on their own 😉
Every few months, we update all of our programs based on client feedback and new things we’ve learned. You’ll never have to pay for the most recent version.
You’ll never lose access to your programs. If you have to take time off, pick right back up where you started. Your training materials are always available.
If you ever get stuck or need help, you can easily send a message and get expert support from one of our coaches. We’re here to help.
Will this teach me to do the splits?
How will FF improve my sports performance?
What if I’m really stiff?
How long does FF take?
Am I too old?
How long until I see results?
What if I have a question that’s not covered here?
Chronically tight hip flexors (sagittal flexion) and weak lateral movers were causing extreme lower back discomfort after running, jumps, and heavy squatting. Focused Flexibility let me take a targeted approach, which proved more effective than the “stretch this” instructions I got from a massage therapist.
And I have to say, you guys do an unbelievable job with follow-up, answering questions with genuinely helpful responses. Thanks a lot for your help.