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Overstretching for the skills you want. You need more flexibility than you think you do.

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So how much flexibility do you really need?

Say you want a 180 degree Penche or a Side Tilt. Or to hold a head high  Martial Arts Kick to your friends face.

  1. If you can do full split is that enough for a 180 Tilt?
  2. Is being able to stretch to your buddy's head, enough for the kick you want?

The answer is no.  See the video and read further explanation below:

 

Muscle resistance starts long before the end range. How high can you lift your arm overhead? Can it go higher if someone helped you?

  • Chances are: Yes.

That is because your lats and other muscles pull down, like elastic bands. Same thing happen at your hip, core, ankle, etc.

The more you go past the relaxed range, the more antagonists (deltoids to lats, hip flexors to hamstrings, abductors to adductors) will pull back down. And to get a better relaxed range, you need more flexibility.

For example (not to scale) 150 degree max range, the resistance starts at 110-120, sometime even under 100. For 180 it starts at 140-160.

  • So how much do you need to feel no resistance at 180?

Chances are you will still feel it at 180 even if you can do over 200. But the more you can do, the less resistance you will feel. This means more effortless technique. Less injury. More grace, speed, power, etc.

Tip: Antagonists short range strength is great, but it can only compensate so much. Flexibility is the easier way to go and with EasyFlexibility, it's actually easy. If you want more flexible hamstrings here you go. Splits here you go.

Let us show you how to achieve an 
Open Front Split, True Front Split and a Side Split Fast, Safe and Easy!


Our programs are scientifically based and created by 
a world-renowned fitness & flexibility expert Paul Zaichik

 

This COMBO contains 3 different Split Programs (True Front Split, Open Front Split and Side Split). Each program contains 3 videos (9 total in this package)focusing on:

  • Mobility exercises for each joint, to keep your joints healthy and lubricated.
  • Specific warmup exercises to gradually prepare your body for a split.
  • Zaichik Stretching Techniques for each muscle involved in a split, so that your flexibility improves right away without pain.
  • Extended Length Conditioning exercises, so that you not only become flexible but strong as well.
  • Reciprocal Inhibition, plus Movement and Habituation Techniques, for functional flexibility.
Click here to learn more about the Advanced Splits Combo

Check out what other customers are saying about the Advanced Splits Combo! 

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