Golf facility managers are always in search of ways to create a competitive advantage and keep their members golfing longer. TRUE understands your goals and the TRUE Stretch Golf is the one vital piece of exercise equipment that allows golfers to improve their game through added flexibility
The TRUEStretch® was developed by an internationally renowned physical therapist and is used by a number of top professional and collegiate teams, as well as many professional athletes and their personal trainers. It is also featured at many of the top resort spas around the globe because TRUEStretch is the most effective piece of equipment available for maximizing flexibility.
Enhances Workouts and Reduces Injury Risk
The revolutionary TRUEStretch® provides a dedicated, self-contained stretching area that gives users a safe platform for comprehensive stretching to increase flexibility and reduce the risk of injury. TRUEStretch eliminates the need for floor-based stretching or leaning uncomfortably over other equipment or an exercise ball. The TRUEStretch is state-of-the-art flexibility equipment that provides an effective stretching regimen for all ages and body types.
Space Efficient, Solid Steel Construction
The footprint of the TRUEStretch is 57”D x 48”W which protects your valuable floor space and adds considerable value to any exercise routine. Like all TRUE® equipment, it’s built to endure the rigors of daily heavy usage. Constructed from tubular steel for strength, the TRUEStretch is protected by a silver powder coat finish and covered by a one year parts warranty.
Easy-To-Follow Stretching Regimen
TRUEStretch comes with an easy-to-follow exercise placard that is displayed on the frame. This full color photo-illustrated display is organized by muscle groups and features 30 different stretching exercises. All are designed to mimic real-life, real world stretches. TRUEStretch effectively stretches the body in all three planes of motion (front to back, side to side, and rotational) while keeping the user in natural upright positions with four points of contact (both hands and both feet) for proper body alignment, stability and safety.