Most of us have a wingspan that is about as long as we are tall. The average NBA player has a wingspan of 1.063 times his height. Spur’s forward Kawhi Leonard stands 6-7 and relative to his height has the longest wingspan in the NBA of 7-3. Height is a given, wingspan (along with hip mobility) is in.
How can a basketball player hopeful, or any kind of athlete for that matter – whether high school, college or pre-pro – improve his or her wingspan?? With FST™ (Fascial Stretch Therapy™).
FST Practitioners increase overall height in clients on average 1-2 inches depending on many factors. With some clients, those gains are just from creating space in the lower lumbar spine & hips. We can do the same with the thoracic spine-shoulder girdle-arm-wrist-hand kinetic chain.
So when you market performance enhancement with FST, start with before & after measures of static/dynamic reach, vertical jump & wingspan. If you get photos/videos of this, make it public & post here for the world to see what we can do with FST.
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