Hyperbolic Stretching Review

Hyperbolic Stretching is a powerful online fitness program designed to help people train their body to surpass their flexibility barriers simply by using a series of specific movements to enhance their performance. Being unable to reach full flexibility is the number one complaint almost all athletes have when it comes to the main struggle they have with improving their performance and achieving their goals, according to new research. It isn’t strength training, or endurance that gets in the way of their improvement, but rather, flexibility. This comes from a vast array of athletes – from competitive to pro, and as you can imagine, most of these people are already flexible. The difference is that there is a specific point the body must surpass in order to unleash full flexibility. Unfortunately, typical yoga movements and stretching regimes do not train your body to break through this barrier. They get you to a certain point of flexibility but nothing beyond that – and beyond that is what your body needs to unleash your full performance and potential.

With Hyperbolic Stretching, you learn the exact steps and stretches needed to perform the stretches safely and begin gradually break through this flexibility barrier, while simultaneously strengthening and toning your body. It’s a comprehensive, four-week program that can be done right in the comfort of your own home or space, and at your own pace as everything is available to you online or as a digital download. There are no weird or uncomfortable tactics or techniques – just the right kind of stretches and approach. The regime only takes 8 minutes a day and it can be added to your regular workouts and stretching regimes, or it can be used as a stand-alone.   

Hyperbolic Stretching Review

What is Hyperbolic Stretching?

The body’s reciprocal muscle inhibition is how the muscles relax on one side of a joint to accommodate a contraction on the other side. It is also known as ‘the survival muscle reflex’ that inhibits opposing muscles when moving. This can be exceptionally useful but it can also stand in the way between you and your health, fitness and performance goals.

Hyperbolic Stretching is an online program designed to teach you a series of specific movements that gently enable your body to push past your body’s reciprocal muscle inhibition. By doing so, you can gradually increase your flexibility, which is often the main issue people face when trying to get to the next level of performance.  

The program comes with a series of videos separated into categories based on the week you’re in. For example, ‘Week 1’ is the beginning state, ‘Week 2 and 3’ is for intermediate, and ‘Week 4’ is for advanced and “closing the gap”. Each week strengthens and tones your body, while also dramatically increasing your flexibility as you work towards a full split or a side split. Hyperbolic Stretching also incorporates additional videos for enhancing and improving your flexibility in other areas of your body, such as the rotation of your upper body. It can be used by anyone – male or female, and regardless of your current flexibility level or physical activity as it guides you through the process – from start to finish. It also comes with a variety of free bonuses, as well as a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee that allows you to try it for two months:

  • Free Bonus #1: Full Body Flexibility for Static and Dynamic Performance
  • Free Bonus #2: The 8-Minute Strength and Fat Loss HIIT
  • Free Bonus #3: Mind Power Unleashed
  • Free Bonus #4: HIIT It Hard Cardio

All of this is available to you online as soon as you purchase, so you can use it anytime, anywhere and it only takes 8 minutes to complete.

Hyperbolic Stretching Download Page
A look at Hyperbolic Stretching’s download page.
Here is where you will access the program’s materials.

Who is the Author of Hyperbolic Stretching?

Alex Larsson is the author of Hyperbolic Stretching. He is a professional flexibility and core strength expert who has helped over 16,000 people increase their flexibility, strength and performance using his unique approach. Alex’s method is also used in a variety of yoga studios, MMA gyms, sport establishments and martial arts dojos.

Summary of Hyperbolic Stretching

Hyperbolic Stretching is a progressive four-week program that provides you with video guides and follow-along programs designed to help you gain optimal flexibility to unleash full performance. The program comes with a variety of different videos, separated into sections based on the week you’re on. Each week focuses on a specific series of movements that create the foundation for the next. This allows for gentle, safe and gradual progress. Each section comes with an information video that describes the movements in detail, along with additional tips and alignment suggestions to ensure proper execution of each.

To get a better idea of what you can expect from the program as a whole, here’s a brief breakdown the different sections:

Introduction Video & Tips

·     New: Helpful Tips, Workarounds and Routine Adjustments

The introduction video portion of the program comes with important tips on how often and when to do the stretching provided. You learn how the program works and the benefits you can expect from using it. For example, it explains how adults don’t have as much collagen in the body which makes it more difficult to become more flexible – and how this program helps you break through that. It also comes with a second video that gives you even more tips, as well as details on how you can adjust the routine to suit your needs.

Week 1 Beginner

  • Front Split for beginners
    • Follow-along routine
    • Exercise explanation
  • Side Split for beginners
    • Follow-along routine
    • Exercise explanation

For the first week of the program, you’ll be starting the beginner levels of training towards achieving a front split and side split. It comes with two videos for each, which includes a follow-along routine and an exercise explanation video that teaches you how to perform each movement properly. For example, the front split video gets you started with a low lunge to stretch your hip flexors before moving into a standing lunge and so on and so forth. It also comes with verbal instructions and tips for maximizing your results (and for doing so safely).

Week 2 & 3 Intermediate

  • Front split for intermediate
    • Follow-along routine
    • Exercise explanation
  • Side split for intermediate
    • Follow-along routine
    • Exercise explanation

For week 2 and three, you’ll be making slight adjustments to the movements completed in week 1. It comes with a follow-along routine for both, as well as a quick exercise explanation video which provides you with detailed steps on how the movements have changed and why. For example, the low lunge from the first week now has a knee-lift.

Week 4 Advanced: Close the Gap

  • Front split for advanced
    • Follow-along routine
    • Exercise explanation
  • Side split for advanced
    • Follow-along routine
    • Exercise explanation

Week 4 is where you’ll be taking everything you’ve learned from the previous weeks and finally closing the gap – figuratively and literally. Just like the others, it comes with a follow-along video for both the front split and side split, as well as an exercise explanation that shows you the movements that have changed and how to perform them properly. For example, the low lunge gets upgraded to a deeper stretch. The creator uses his fist to show you when to release and flex your muscles.

Pike Mastery

  • Follow-along routine
  • Exercise explanation

This video series includes a follow-along routine and exercise explanation that explains a pike power stretch. You will need a towel or yoga strap to help you achieve the deep stretch and gradually move closer until you can complete the stretch without the use of an aid. It’s recommended to do these stretches 3 times a week.

Upper Body Stretching

  • Follow-along routine
  • Exercise explanation

Just like the others, you receive a follow-along routine and explanation video that should be done 3 to 6 times a week. These stretches focus on upper body movements. For example, it starts with stretches for wrist, elbow, shoulder and joint rotation.

Dynamic Flexibility and Stretching

  • Follow-along routine

Designed to be used 3 to 7 times a week, this portion of the program includes a follow-along video that combines a variety of stretches for dynamic stretching. You can use these as a standalone routine in the morning, before your main workout or at the end of your workout and after your hyperbolic stretching.

Easy Bridge

  • Week 1 and 2
  • Week 3 and 4

The easy bridge section of the program provides you with follow along routines that train your body towards completely a full bridge movement. There are different routines to do based on the week you’re in.

Lesson Preview
Hyperbolic Stretching program – video lesson preview

The Verdict

Advantages of the Program

Hitting a plateau when trying to improve your performance is one of the most difficult things to deal with, so being able to surpass that and unleash your full potential is definitely a top advantage. The regime is gradual and very descriptive, so you know exactly how to perform each movement. It can be added into your current workout routine as well and only takes 8 minutes to complete with no extra equipment needed, other than a rolled-up towel. Having access to the materials digitally also makes it easy to use the regime wherever you want and anytime you need. And if you’re adding it into your current workout routine, this makes it super convenient to do so all at once. You also can try it out risk-free with the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee.

Disadvantages of the Program

While there are many advantages of having the program in digital format, some people may prefer to have a physical DVD copy, which currently isn’t available. However, this ‘disadvantage’ is more of an advantage, as the digital copy doesn’t require you to wait for a package to arrive or a DVD to be used every time you want to do the program.


Hyperbolic Stretching is a powerful program that teaches you a unique series of strategic stretches that are designed to help push your body beyond its barrier to your full potential in performance and flexibility. It’s a simple and gradual process that only takes 8 minutes a day to complete, and it can be used by both men and women of all ages, physiques and activity levels. All of the content is digital, so it comes right on your personal tech devices, so you can easily work it into your schedule wherever the next four weeks take you.

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Am I able to get a physical copy of the program?

The entire program is digital, meaning you receive immediate access and can use the content right on your personal tech devices anytime, anywhere. While there isn’t a physical version available, as the program is made up of videos and written manuals, you can download and print off the PDF files to have a hardcopy of that.

Are the movements safe to do?

All of the movements used in Hyperbolic Stretching consist of a series of specific stretches, so it should be safe for anyone to use. However, if you do have any concerns, are overcoming an injury or have an underlying health condition, you may wish to go through with your health practitioner prior to getting started.

Can someone over the age of 55 use this program?

While the program is designed for anyone to use (yes, even for people over 55) to overcome the flexibility barriers hindering their performance, the difficulty of the regime will depend on your physique and flexibility. For example, someone who exercises and stretches regularly will likely have an easier time completing the program and ultimately, their desired level of flexibility compared to someone who isn’t currently flexible or active. Speaking with your doctor or having a spotter assist you with the movements can give you peace of mind if you are concerned.

However, the program does recommend to start slowly and with precaution, regardless of their level of experience.

Will I need to purchase any extra equipment or tools?

No. All of the stretches used in this program can be done right at home without the use of any additional equipment.

Who can I contact if I have any questions or concerns while using the program?

The author and their team can be contacted through email or their official website. You can also leave us a message here and we’ll do our best to assist you in any way we can.

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