Brooklyn, NYUSA 11204
November 8, 2009
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Bump. What's up? I think I saw you at Phebe's last month... You shold drop by the group and meet sometime. We've got a lot of new members!
Hey, John, long time, no see! How's life?
How are you?
Just wanted to drop a line to say hello
Since I'm new to the group
I'm terribly sorry, but I'm booked this week and traveling on business this weekend. Please email your email addy to [masked]. I'll be in touch on Monday to see if we can get together next week. Hope that's okay.
Furthermore, the Ki-Hara method of resistance stretching applies rotations to the stretches. In this way, we stretch muscles consistent with the pattern of the muscles and reach deep into the joint capsule. Over time, not only are muscles lengthened and strengthened, but joint alignment is improved, as well.
Thanks for your question. Yes, assisted resistance stretching will accelerate your flexibility progress. First, you as the client will benefit from having the eyes of an objective observer. Your personal stretcher will be able to advise you as to when you're out of position, or compensating with muscles outside of the scope of the stretch. Furthermore, you'll be able to concentrate more on proper breathing technique, core stability and calibrating your resistance to the stretches.
Blessed. and you?