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Fascial Stretch Therapy™ at the Olympics

Posted By Chris Frederick, Saturday, August 6, 2016

Ann & Chris Frederick, Directors of the Stretch to Win Institute, are extremely proud of all their Certified Fascial Stretch Therapy Practitioners & Specialists who have worked with athletes who made their respective teams & are now in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to compete in the 2016 Olympics. One of our graduates, Emeka Aludogbu, is the FST practitioner & sports chiropractic physician for the Nigerian Track & Field team at the Olympic Village. 
 
Ann Frederick, creator of the Fascial Stretch Therapy™ System, was the first Flexibility Specialist to work at the Olympics, starting in 1996 with the Mens Freestyle Wrestling team. This is her story - an interview with Chris Frederick (husband, partner, best friend).
 
 
[For more information about certification training in Fascial Stretch Therapy, go to www.stretchtowin.com]  
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Special mention of the following FST Practitioners along with the names of their 2016 Olympian clients (in no particular order):
 
USA:
- Buffy Christina worked with Jillian Gallays - 53kg Women's Wrestling
- Casie Lynn and Lin Hill worked with Jillion Potter who's on the women's rugby team
- Deb Day worked with Pita Taufatofua, Taekwondo
- Rosemarie Calas worked with Helen Maroulis Women's Wrestling 53Kg
 
Canada:
- Jaime Soc worked with:
    - Jennifer Abel: Women's 3m synchro and individual diving
 
    - Antoine Valois-Fortier: Men's Judo 81kg
 
    - Dori (Dorothy) Yeats: Women's wrestling 69kg.
- Eliane Bousquet worked with Rose Woo -  artistic gymnastic team 
 
UK:
- Anita Jones worked with Charlie Grice (track 1500m)
 
Nigeria:
- Emeka Aludogbu is working as the track & field team chiropractic physician & FST Practitioner
 
Brazil:
- Dan Pham worked with Thiago Perrier - Swimmer

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