Rachel Bachman, Benaco Quanye, Wall Street Journal discussed on Wall Street Journal This Morning

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Can i heard it and things like printing and and sort of explosive support so it it quite muddled surprisingly so um you know some people say they they don't carry feel good traps and down maybe to help them stand up trader or move you've easier and um if that's the case then then great we're speaking with wall street journal reporter rachel bachman her piece is called stretching is the hot new workout what are people actually having stretched is the mostly legs it could be almost anything i mean any you know through mud hold joint tendon um anything that can payton up you can you can pretty much have stretched might i spoke at one man who run marathon and he has his hamstring stretched among other things and he really feel strongly bad having trapping done once a week addi studio in benaco quanye has helped him um prevent a recurring hamstring injury and um you know who knows it it it it is possible that helped him and um certainly there is something to the placebo fact if you really really leave something work it can actually help you feel better sometime and like i say sometimes about this stuff i mean soul what if it's psychological review leggett good yeah that that that a third of the day kind of can under a more interesting thing about a lot of things that people do have cleaved there are their number thing that um that there isn't a ton of evidence for but people till whereby it because they feel like it helped them so i would for a lot of people i would put tracking a mess category makes racial wall street journal reporter rachel.

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