Ultimate Flexibility: Stretching for Martial Arts

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  1. Counting to Eight This is a comprehensive stretching program divided into three separate workouts, approximately 20 minutes each.Each body part is stretched in each workout, and if you do all of the workouts, I daresay you’ll have stretched every single muscle except your tongue and scalp muscles. The workouts build upon each other, too. What you do in the Easy workout helps you prepare for the Moderate workout, and you need to be capable of doing both of these to do the Intense workout…

  2. This is an excellent program to keep your flexibility and work muscles when … This is an excellent program to keep your flexibility and work muscles when you do not have time to work out at a gym and/or as you grow older and have no interest in excessive exercise programs. It is simply presented and works. I especially like that he shows you ahead of time what you are going to do before he does it with counts. He has three sections of 20 minutes each. They are progressively more aggressive and they work different muscle groups. Even if you do not exercise for…

  3. Before I was just doing yoga and pilates kind of exercises, but this one showed to me a new perspective). Love counting to eight reminded me about my PE classes when I was at school. The instructor knows what he is doing, and I like that he was straight to the point. Also liked that there were no music so I could concentrate on instructor’s comments and counting) I am not a martial artist so as a regular person I can say that it is awesome stretch workout) and the kicks comments in the end of…

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