What is it about?
App Store Description
The kicks, leaps and poses involved in dance require extensive flexibility.
Stretching is the best warmup for dance, and it helps dancers to leap higher, do the splits, turn faster, and have more focus.
Whether dancing to classical, modern, jazz or hip-hop music, dancers require a tremendous amount of strength and flexibility to bring the music to life through their bodies. Although your daily life may not require you to lift your leg toward the sky or bend over backwards, dance stretches to increase flexibility can help you avoid injury in your regular activities.
Over 100 customizable stretching exercises.
Fully customizable routines.
Create custom workouts.
Clear pictorial information.
Written exercise instructions.
Fully customized exercise player.
On-screen instructions and timer: you can track everything: total time of workout, performing time etc...
Listen to your favorite music during workout.
Detail workout progress through various comparisons, graphs and charts.
Track the exact number of repetitions or time you made for each exercise.
All the data from workouts and exercises are saved.
New calendar: access the saved data through an awesome new calendar // navigate through days of the calendar and see when you worked out and what routines you did and how many exercises you did.
Workout progress - see the routines you did and the progress you made on each routines.
Beautiful graphics so you can see how you progress on each exercise.
Rules for stretching:
do not stretch cold muscles;
do stretch before and after exercise (active stretching during the warm up, static stretching during the cool down);
do stretch all muscle groups;
to increase flexibility do stretch when your body is thoroughly prepared (in contrast to stretching whilst relaxed to increase range and mobility as you might do in a warm-up);
do stretch gently and slowly; do not bounce;
do stretch gently to the point of mild discomfort, never pain;
do not hold your breath; breathing should be slow and easy;
do not make stretches competitive;
avoid partner stretching as your partner cannot judge your pain.