M J Dobson Group
Ideal For Martial Arts – Kick Boxing
LEARN TO INCREASE FLEXIBILITY / STRETCHING FOR MIXED MARTIAL ARTS
For Martial Arts, Kick Boxing
LEARN FLEXIBILITY STRETCHING FOR MIXED MARTIAL ARTS KICKBOXING TRAINING IS ALSO INVALUABLE RESOURCE FOR: DAILY STRETCHING EXERCISE KICKBOXING SYSTEMA / MMA POST PREGNANCY STRETCHES JUDO / KARATE YOGA AND MANY MORE….EXERCISE FROM PRIVACY & COMFORT OF YOUR HOME
HOW CAN THIS DVD SET HELP YOU ?
When your muscles are very tight, it’s not going to take much to move them out of their comfortable range of motion to cause severe pain and problems.Stretching Reduces DOMS
This may come as a surprise, but the reason it can do this is because the more flexible you are, the greater the range of motion you’ll be able to move through, thus the more stress you’ll be able to subject to the muscle cells.You will feel stronger, you will be stronger.
Another reason why flexibility work is important in your program plan is because this will also help to reduce the amount of post-workout soreness you experience as well.after the workout, you help clear this build-up of lactic acid and also help the muscles relax so that they don’t have that tension contributing to soreness.
The more flexible you are, the more limber your body is if an unexpected force does come at it so that it’ll then be able to handle this force and regain composure. If you’re very inflexible, that force is very lightly to cause intense pain immediately and could potentially cause a muscle strain or torn ligament.
You’ll increase your strength, endurance, agility, flexibility and balance. You will get a sculpted, lean, and healthy body. Stretching Reduces Injury Risk The very first reason why stretching is so important is because it’s going to decrease your risk of developing an injury.
Achieve Ultimate Flexibility in 20 minutes a day !
Series of 20-minute stretching workouts that you can follow at home to increase your flexibility and tone your body.
Each of the three workouts – easy, moderate and intense – gives you a total body stretch with a special focus on the muscles commonly used in martial arts training.