Safe Strength: Timed Static Contraction by Winter Garden Yoga

Safe Strength: Timed Static Contraction

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Have you heard?

Being strong is good for you. Strength helps you move better, strength helps keep you lean, strength is good for your bones and good for your blood flow.

The idea of strength training may sound intimidating ... I understand ... But I've found what is (probably) the safest way to develop real-world strength.

It doesn't require a ton of fancy gadgets and gizmos.

In fact, with just a yoga strap, you'll be able to work yourself "toes to nose" in as little as 20 minutes.

... and no, you won't get "bulky" ...

It's called Isometrics.

This video is for people of all walks of life and all ages. The safe strength method is great for working around -- and possibly rehabilitating -- injuries. Even if you're not super strong, you will definitely want to check out this video and discover how you can get yourself into shape with confidence and without risking further bodily harm while training.

Here's what you'll learn:

  • The definition of Safe Strength
  • How to use Timed Static Contraction Safely
  • How you can get a complete and effective workout ... anywhere ...  with nothing but your body and a simple strap
  • Safe, simple, and effective exercises for your feet, ankles, calves, thighs, hips, knees, back; chest, arms, shoulders, as well as specific neck and wrist muscles
  • Plus a "cheat sheet" for you to print out and keep handy
  • And more!

What's included?

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Contents

Safe Strength: Timed Static Contraction
41 mins
Safe Strength Cheat Sheet
122 KB