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Recognized Supplier Guide ’19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • March 2019 • 53 stay young and have found that applying some of their basic poses, stretches and strengtheners in my daily wrap work flow has helped me stay healthy and limber. I figure if a professional athlete, using their body to make a living, is trying to nurture their bodies, I should probably, too. From that, here are a couple Wu- Tang-like ideas I put together called "Wrap Yoga." I've planted these thoughts in the back of my head and apply throughout my day to keep a fluid range of motion, stay flexible, remain loose and cut tension. I also like to do Butterfly Stretches at home. While sitting down, I grab both feet so that they're touching and press down on my thighs with my elbows. This stretch opens up the hips and thighs to improve flexibility. I feel this helps a lot when working on ladders or skateboard- ing to the shop. Mix and Match I repeat steps 1, 2, 3 throughout my day and mix and match them depending on which part of my body may be feel- ing fatigue. I feel that incorporating these basic movements into my work day, and normal life, keeps me flexible and, for the most part, ache free. They are simple and quick enough to be able to sneak into my day and don't at all deter from keeping up to speed or affect those around me. Anyone that has seen me install has seen me stretch and practice what I preach above. I'm thinking "Wrap Yoga" is the key to my longevity. High Quality Products for Your Finishing Needs. 8 0 0 - 7 7 2 - 2 3 2 7 w w w. s a f e t y s p e e d . c o m • V-Grooving • Scoring • Dust Free Cutting • Routing

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