Resting Lost Physical Function
English | Avi | Xvid | 720x480 | 29.97fps | 1199kbps | Mp3 128kbps 48000Hz | 1.2Gb
Genre: Video Training
Having heard of Mark's success at resting his lost physical functioning we begged him to share his personal discoveries and methods with our elite RKC kettlebell trainers at the recent RKC II certification wkshop. Mark's secrets f resting physical function would clearly be of immense value to our RKCs f themselves but me imptantly f their clients. And Mark did not disappoint! In a brilliant inspiring impassioned fascinating highly practical and yes "painful" seminar Mark blew the assembled RKCs away with his methods f understanding pinpointing and then releasing blocks in the body.
I am so glad we got it all on tape! No way would anyone be able to remember one-tenth of all the methods Mark shared with us in those two hours! Now you too can benefit from this treasure trove of methods to keep you and your clients in optimal condition.
Contents include:
What are Length Tension relationshipsand why they are imptant to your muscular and joint health?
The imptance of neutral positioning to the jointsand how the muscles help hinder you in achieving this balanced posture.
Tonic and Phasic muscles in the bodyand how training lack of training affects them.
How your length/tension relationships determine which muscles to stretch and which to strengthenand when to do which.
How improper L/T relationships can cause injuryand how to wk around and through them with proper program design.
How everyday activities and postures can seriously disrupt these L/T relationships.
Simple stretches and strengtheners to balance out the musculature.
The critical areas that NEED to be addressedto avoid back pain and injury.
How to use the KB to address these imbalancesand build back strength and resilience in the muscles and joints.
What is fasciaand why does it matter to you?
The difference between muscles and fasciaand how they are linked in ways most don't recognize.
Why fascial restrictions are me prevalent than previously thoughtand how they affect parts of the body seemingly unrelated to the painful area.
Why professional massage is usually NOT enough to deal with myofascial problems.
How to use myofascial self release to deal with length tension relationship imbalances.
How to use the foam roller to identify and release myofascial restrictions in ANY muscle in the body.
When and where you should NOT use the foam roller.
Myofascial self release as wkout modality. Engage and wk the abs back and shoulders while opening up the restricted muscles.

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