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Stretch Block

Stretch Block

Functional block for exercise and stretching

Regular price 19.99 EUR
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  • Whether you’re a new Free Athlete or you’ve been training on the mat for years, the Freeletics Stretch Block is an all-rounder tool that will offer new possibilities.
  • Made out of a durable and high-density foam material that provides grip and stability.
  • Lightweight to be brought anywhere.
  • Versatile equipment that will allow you to adapt the exercise difficulty according to your level.
  • Adapted for strength exercises, as well as the exercises in warm-ups, and cooldowns.


During your warm-ups and cooldowns, performing exercise variants with a stretch block can help you reach levels that seemed unreachable. Stable and resistant, this product has been built to be used safely in the long term.

To add variation to your workouts, a pair of blocks can increase the range of motion or modify the angle of your exercises such as Pushups or Lunges. With this equipment in your arsenal, you’ll be ready to construct your best version one brick at a time.

- Dimensions: 15 x 23 x 7,5 cm
- Weight: 220 g +/-


100% foam (EVA) (REACH compliant)
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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Darth Krampus
Good blocks

I bought one of them blocks for stretching. It's more less the same price as other ones elsewhere, but these are bit heavier, harder, feel more stable during yoga, + they have that nice Freeletics logo on it. I will probably get another one soon too.

⚡⚡Tommy Healy /
Useful, sturdy, functional

I didn’t realize that these were so small because I didn’t realize what they were. I would like Freeletics to explain products in more detail and their functions—not all of us know about all of these things. I thought I was getting blocks big enough I could use them as boxes. I didn’t know the difference.
Anyway, they came and I use them all the time for extending stretches and making pushups and whatnots more difficult. They definitely serve that purpose! Being small, they are easy to store and easy to move around and easy to get out when you need. They’ve helped me up my game and I guess that’s the point.
Freeletics did recently publish a blog about these which offers some guidance, but honestly it could be more detailed, especially to help people who don’t immediately know what these are for.

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