Great stretch break routine I go through this routine (free version) at least 2x per day at work. My desk job is heavy computer-use all day so I need it. On days that I do more of these stretches, my body feels way better. The only one I don't do is the pencil-eye-focuz because it was uncomfortable. Otherwise love the app.
No bullcrap, just an USEFUL app! I was kinda skeptical when downloaded this app. And I'm glad I did because is a simple and quick series of 5 - 10 seconds exercises that you can do when you have a break at work or school. It's not something that is gonna take you more than 2 - 2 1/2 minutes to complete, is short, effective and the best is that it will make you feel better. The best part is that doesn't need special permissions to install, no bs permissions like some other apps that need to grant the whole access to your phone to use it.
The 15 exercises are pretty good, but I'd like more variety, such as switching up the exercises shown each time you open it or maybe having more choice. I'm not impressed that you have to pay for the app if you want the timer. That doesn't seem like enough of an upgrade for the cost.
Good reminder help tear me away for a moment My physical therapist suggested that I find a way to take breaks throughout my work day to stretch and not sit for hours at a time because it causes my muscles to contract and causes pain. Great reminder, good exercises. Thanks!
Simple Great ADDITION to an already active lifestyle. These stretches won't get you in shape but are simple enough to follow everyday (only takes 5-10 min.) and if the routine is done in the mornings it can help with memory!
Excellent App What can I say with this worth while app as it help you to releave stress and help keep your eyes health. I have really enjoyed using this app and will continue to do so from now on thank you for giving us computer programmers something to releave stress and help with our eyes. If you work constantly with computers this would be a good app for you.
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