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Today your tightest stretch will become easy… – EasyFlexibility

Today your tightest stretch will become easy…

Posted by Paul Zaichik on


Have you ever been so tight in a stretch, you could not even start the stretch? You are not alone, many people have this challenge. Here is how to solve it 

I have spoken to many frustrated people about it. Many of them beginners, but not just beginners. Some intermediate or advanced students still have one or more muscles that that are tight.

There are people who can do 180 degree side straddle splits and can’t put their palms on the floor standing. While others can do full forward folds, and yet are far from a full straddle.

For example, last week a gentleman complained that he can’t even sit on the floor with his legs straddled at 90 degrees and back straight. How is he supposed to do a straddle, if every program he ever purchased requires to sit and straddle with straight legs and straight back, even before the program starts.

He was pleasantly surprised that our programs don’t require a skill to master a skill. The oxymoron in most stretching programs.

For example, ZST (Zaichik Stretching Technique) called ~Integrity~ lengthens short adductors. (Adductor Magnus, Longus, Brevis). These muscles need to be flexible to do a side split, a front split, etc.

And yet, ~Integrity~ does not look like a split. However, thousands of people who can’t even get into splits, find out that they can get much deeper after doing ZST’s without ever trying a split.

And everyone can do any ZST. No suffering, no weird positions, no painful looking faces are required.

Every skill (split, needle, penche, tilt, kick, etc) is broken down into its components.

Each component is easy to do. ~Integrity~ is an example of this component.

Try it and see how effective this technique is for yourself.



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