Whartons Digital Downloads

I started doing your 20 min and 40 min AIS last week. Wow! What a difference it has made!
— Daniel, April 2016
 
 
 

Whether your goal is to optimize performance, prevent injury, or feel better, flexibility is the key to achieving this goal. Phil will be your personal guide to achieving better alignment, range of motion, circulation, and recovery, leaving you rejuvenated.

Get in the Whartons Flexibility Zone ® with this concise instructional video featuring 4 different flexibility routines:

- 40 minute routine that covers the entire body, head to toe

- 20 minute routine that can be used as a dynamic warm-up or cool-down

- 10 minute Quick Release routine for those with limited time

- 10 minute Foot/Ankle routine for the most overlooked part of the body

 

 
 

Follow along with these easy-to-apply exercises that are critical to establishing the structural integrity of your muscular system. Phil will be your guide for the exercises as you stabilize, realign, and rebalance your musculoskeletal system.

Get in the Whartons Strength Zone ®  with this concise instructional video featuring 4 different routines:

1. Zone 1: Legs

2. Zone 1: Abdominals & Back (Extended Core)

3. Zone 2: Shoulders

4. Zone 5: Feet

 

Important Notes:

  • The file size for the downloads is large.  Many people - particularly iPad and iPhone users - find they do not have enough room on their device(s) to store the downloads.  In these cases we recommend saving the files to a storage service (such as Dropbox) or opting for our Whartons on Demand streaming service instead. 
  • For those downloading files on iPhones, iPods and iPads, please be sure to select the "open in App" option once your product has been purchased.  The app is required to view the files on your device.
 
 
 

get in the Whartons Flexibility Zone ® and the Whartons Strength Zone ® at once and Receive a 10% discount when you purchase both Digital Downloads

 

Whartons Flexibility

Whether your goal is to optimize performance, prevent injury, or feel better, flexibility is the key to achieving this goal. Phil will be your personal guide to achieving better alignment, range of motion, circulation, and recovery, leaving you rejuvenated.

Get in the Whartons Flexibility Zone ® with this concise instructional video featuring 4 different flexibility routines:

- 40 minute routine that covers the entire body, head to toe

- 20 minute routine that can be used as a dynamic warm-up or cool-down

- 10 minute Quick Release routine for those with limited time

- 10 minute Foot/Ankle routine for the most overlooked part of the body

Whartons Strength

This video provides easy-to-apply exercises that are critical to establishing the structural integrity of your muscular system. Phil will be your guide for the exercises as you stabilize, realign, and rebalance your musculoskeletal system.

Get in the Whartons Strength Zone ®  with this concise instructional video featuring 4 different routines:

1. Zone 1: Legs

2. Zone 1: Abdominals & Back (Extended Core)

3. Zone 2: Shoulders

4. Zone 5: Feet

 

 

Whartons for Runners

 
 

whartons flexibility for runners

 

Get in the Whartons Flexibility Zone ®

This Whartons Flexibility video will help properly relax and lengthen your muscles, fascia, and connective tissue without violating your body's own protective mechanisms.  

This video includes four different routines:

1) 40 minute routine that covers the entire body

2) 20 minute routine that can be used as a dynamic warm-up or cool-down

3) 10 minute Quick Release routine for those with very little time

4) 10 minute Foot/Ankle routine for the most overlooked part of a runner's body

Whether your running goal is to optimize performance, prevent injury, or feel better so you can run more, flexibility is key to achieving this goal.

Phil and Jim Wharton have been "The Team Behind the Dream" for professional and Olympic athletes for the past six Olympic periods, spanning over two decades.  You will discover the secrets that continue to contribute to World Records, Olympic Medals, and Championships around the globe.

 

Phil will be your personal guide to achieving better alignment, range of motion, circulation, and recovery, leaving you rejuvenated and invigorated!

 

whartons strengthening for runners

 

Get in the Whartons Strength Zone ®

The strengthening exercises in this video effectively target minor muscles in the body, muscles that are weak in most runners.   It provides exercises that are critical to establishing and maintaining the structural integrity of your musculoskeletal system. 

You will discover the secrets that have contributed to World Records, Olympic Medals, and Championships around the globe.

This video is comprised of four different videos: 

1) Zone 1: Leg

2) Zone 1: Abdominals & Back (Extended Core)

3) Zone 2: Shoulder

4) Zone 4: Foot

 

 

whartons flexibility and strength for runners

 

Video Download Combo Pack - save over 10% by purchasing both video downloads

Get in the Whartons Flexibility Zone ®

This Whartons Flexibility video will help properly relax and lengthen your muscles, fascia, and connective tissue without violating your body's own protective mechanisms.

This video includes four different routines:

1) 40 minute routine that covers the entire body

2) 20 minute routine that can be used as a dynamic warm-up or cool-down

3) 10 minute Quick Release routine for those with very little time

4) 10 minute Foot/Ankle routine for the most overlooked part of a runner's body

 

Get in the Whartons Flexibility Zone ®

 

The strengthening exercises in this video download effectively target minor muscles in the body, muscles that are weak in most runners. This video provides exercises that are critical to establishing and maintaining the structural integrity of your musculoskeletal system.

You will discover the secrets that have contributed to World Records, Olympic Medals, and Championships around the globe.

This video is comprised of four different videos:

1) Zone 1: Leg

2) Zone 1: Abdominals & Back (Extended Core)

3) Zone 2: Shoulder

4) Zone 4: Foot

Whether your running goal is to optimize performance, prevent injury, or feel better so you can run more, flexibility and joint-integrity strengthening are keys to achieving this goal.