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Flexibility For Martial Arts – The COMPLETE Approach (3 Phases)

$250.00

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“The Proven Way To Do Splits and High Kicks Without Warming Up – Guaranteed!”

Stretching every day after class and no results?

Disappointment from no flexibility in martial arts progress
Your flexibility training for martial arts doesn’t have to be disappointing

Do you still seem to stay stiff in your hamstrings and groin muscles regardless of your due diligence?

Do you think your lack of improvement isn’t reflected by the time and effort you put into stretching?

Do you finally want your hard work to pay off and not feel like a waste of time? Maybe you’ve injured your hamstrings. . .then injured them again. . .and maybe, again

Flexibility for Martial Arts program photo illustrating hamstring injury
Don’t make it happen to you. If it already did, prevent it from happening again!!

To change all that and reach your potential, where you deserve to be, keep reading

After my 10-year hiatus from taekwondo, I returned and started stretching. But it didn’t seem to be working. The split I had as a 13-year old child seemed impossible to regain. I’ve tweaked my hamstring while stretching; I’ve hurt my hips, and more. Some of this might seem familiar to you, but there’s a way to kick higher and do splits without injuring yourself, not only that

But without a warmup!

 

Flexibility for Martial Arts Side Split
I didn’t warm-up for this one

You see, traditional stretching methods in martial arts are subpar to the proven methods in exercise science. The static stretching we’ve learned in the dojang/dojo hurts; it has its place, but used alone yields little to no improvement; and you want improvement, not just pain (If you do, you’re a different kind of weird, but that’s okay. No judgment here)

The advanced methods used in my Flexibility for Martial Arts program address the science of it all: the muscle spindles, golgi tendon organ, gamma loop, and so on. Don’t worry, I won’t bore you with those details in the program, but the workouts you’ll do will get you more flexible even if you don’t know the scientific details, and here’s what you need to know

The workouts are

  • Simple
  • Easy to Follow
  • Guaranteed to work
  • Backed by Science

 

You may be wondering: “How can this program help me?” I’m glad you asked

Benefits of the Flexibility for Martial Arts Program:

  1. Get more flexible (uh-duh, right?)
  2. KEEP your flexibility even after a stretching session, so you can actually make progress
  3. Start each stretching session more flexible than the last one (again continued progress)
  4. Stronger hips to go with your newfound flexibility (killing 2 birds with one stone)
  5. Kick higher with less effort
  6. Takes the guesswork out of knowing how to structure your workouts, so you’re confident that you’re doing the right thing
  7. Understand how much protein to eat for flexibility progress
  8. Know how to handle soreness, so you get back to progressing sooner rather than later

What do I get with the Flexibility for Martial Arts Program?

  • 6 videos
Flexibility for Martial Arts Program - Thumbnails for all videos
Thumbnail for all videos included in the program
  • A 37-page PDF
Flexibility for Martial Arts - Table of Contents
Table of Contents for the Flexibility for Martial Arts PDF
  • Life-changing flexibility that’ll skyrocket your sparring, forms, and kicking demos!

What’s in the 6 videos?

  1. Individual demonstrations
Flexibility for Martial Arts Split Picture
Shot taken from Phase 2 – Hamstrings
  1. Demonstrations of entire sequences
Flexibility for Martial Arts - Myofasical Release
Still shot taken from Phase 1 – Adductors
  1. Easy-to-read on-screen instructions
Flexibility for Martial Arts On-screen instructions
On-screen instructions given every step of the way
  1. Explanations on topics, such as:
    1. Nutrition and flexibility
      Flexibility for Martial Arts - Nutrition Shot
      From the Explanation – Nutrition and Soreness portion of Phase 1 – Adductors

      2. Soreness and flexibility

      Flexibility for Martial Arts - Soreness
      Muscle Soreness Section – Phase 3 – Hamstrings

      3. Hip position

      Flexibility for Martial Arts - Hip Position
      Hamstrings – Phase 3 – Hip Position

      4. Hip pain

      Flexibility for Martial Arts - Hip Pain
      Hip Pain section from Phase 1 – Adductors

      5. Toe position

      Flexibility for Martial Arts - Toe Position
      Explanation Section on Toe Position – Phase 1 – Adductors

      6. Proper Warm-up for flexibility training

      Flexibility for Martial - Warm-up
      Explanation Section on proper warm-up; Phase 1 – Adductors

      7. How to do a repetition

      Flexibility for Martial Arts - What constitutes a rep
      Transition to part of the Explanation Section – How to do a proper rep – Phase 3 – Adductors

      8.Troubleshooting positions

      Flexibility for Martial Arts - Phase 3 - Adductors - Troubleshooting Positions
      Shot from Phase 3 – Adductors – Troubleshooting Positions
    2. Injury prevention techniques

      Flexibility for Martial Arts - Feet in Injury Prevention
      Close-up shot from Injury Prevention Section – Phase 2 – Hamstrings

In the 37-page PDF, you get:

  1. Four workout splits

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Workout Splits
    Explanation/Introduction of workout splits you can use for your individual schedule
  2. Coaching tips on how to train based on your goals

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Coaching tips
    A brief snippet of the coaching tips given so you know how to adjust your training when certain things happen
  3. A 3-month workout program telling you exactly how many sets and reps to do, along with how often to workout

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Workout Schedule
    Every week of each phase tells you exactly how many reps and sets to do for each exercise
  4. A maintenance schedule

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Maintenance Schedule of PDF
    Keep your flexibility even when you don’t have as much time to train
  5. Sleep advice to enhance flexibility gains

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Sleep
    Sleep portion of the PDF
  6. Protein advice (helpful for vegan, vegetarian, omnivore, or carnivore inclusive)

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Protein part of PDF
    Eat the right amount of protein to help your flexibility progress
  7. Calorie advice

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Calorie part of PDF
    How can calories affect flexibility progress
  8. Advice for muscle soreness

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Soreness part of PDF
    Learn how to use nutrition to relieve soreness
  9. Advice on active recovery

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Active Recovery part of PDF
    What is it? How to do it to help flexibility progress
  10. Foods to eat that’ll help with flexibility

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Food part of PDF
    Learn KEY foods to eat help you get more flexible
  11. Bonus options for access to this flexibility expert

    Flexibility for Martial Arts - Additional Help part of PDF
    Discover a list of options you have if you’d like further guidance from me

Yeah, okay, but do I really need all that? How do each of those things help me?

I’m glad you asked. I’ll try to keep this brief. Ready? *Clears throat*

Individual demos

Flexibility for Martial Arts Split Picture
Shot taken from Phase 2 – Hamstrings

You’ll understand the sequence in a short time, but there may be times you want to refer to a specific move. These short demos with on-screen text instructions are perfect for quick reference, so they don’t take up a lot of your time

Full sequence demos

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Myofasical Release
Still shot taken from Phase 1 – Adductors

You’ll want full demos to make the entire sequence easier to understand and apply to your training. Reading and listening can give you that understanding, but seeing what we need to do improves understanding and memory retention

On-screen instructions

Flexibility for Martial Arts On-screen instructions
On-screen instructions given every step of the way

They appear with the individual demos to give you two sources of input: reading and observing. Together, they deepen your understanding of the program

Explanations on nutrition

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Nutrition Shot
From the Explanation – Nutrition and Soreness portion of Phase 1 – Adductors

You’re given nutrition tips based on protein, calories, and more to help increase your flexibility

Explanations on soreness

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Soreness
Muscle Soreness Section – Phase 3 – Hamstrings

Soreness shouldn’t be the goal for most training, but sometimes it’s an inevitability with flexibility training. If it isn’t dealt with, you can injure yourself or slow your progress

Explanations on hip positions

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Hip Position
Hamstrings – Phase 3 – Hip Position

Hip positions dictate if the way you stretch will hurt your hips, and how the stretch will help your kicks. Knowing how to position your hips during this program prevents hip pain during stretching and kicking

Explanation on toe position

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Toe Position
Explanation Section on Toe Position – Phase 1 – Adductors

This ties into hip position for the same reasons

Explanation on warm-up

Flexibility for Martial - Warm-up
Explanation Section on proper warm-up; Phase 1 – Adductors

A kicker shouldn’t warm-up the same way a runner does, but this often happens in traditional martial arts practice. Learn how to properly warm-up for stretching sessions

Explanation on how to do a rep

Flexibility for Martial Arts - What constitutes a rep
Transition to part of the Explanation Section – How to do a proper rep – Phase 3 – Adductors

Effective exercises are effective when done properly. You’ll learn effective ways to do effective exercises

Troubleshooting positions

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Phase 3 - Adductors - Troubleshooting Positions
Shot from Phase 3 – Adductors – Troubleshooting Positions

With some positions, you’ll meet some difficulties in maintaining proper position to do the exercise, even though the exercise is effective (as in limiting factors like balance and core strength). I’ll show you workarounds so those don’t stop your flexibility progress

Injury prevention techniques

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Feet in Injury Prevention
Close-up shot from Injury Prevention Section – Phase 2 – Hamstrings

I show you special techniques that I’ve used to decrease injury while increasing flexibility

Okay, now what about that 37-page PDF?

You’re asking a lot of good questions today. Well here you go!

Four workout splits

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Workout Splits
Explanation/Introduction of workout splits you can use for your individual schedule

Because everyone’s schedule and energy levels are different, I gave you four options from which to choose so you know how to put together your training. No guesswork needed on which is the best; the best one for your schedule is in there

Coaching tips on how to train based on your goals

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Coaching tips
A brief snippet of the coaching tips given so you know how to adjust your training when certain things happen

This program includes flexibility for adductors and hamstrings, but suppose you want to emphasize one over the other? Suppose you want to ignore one while hammering the other? I tell you how to do that, too

3-month workout program

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Workout Schedule
Every week of each phase tells you exactly how many reps and sets to do for each exercise

This is the meat and potatoes of everything. People always ask me: “How many sets should I do?” Or, “How many reps should I do?” “How often?” I lay out the schedule for you, so all you have to do is follow. You won’t need to scratch your head over this one, because this is systematic, progressive, and structured

Maintenance Schedule

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Maintenance Schedule of PDF
Keep your flexibility even when you don’t have as much time to train

There may be times when you can’t train as often. There may be times when you want to keep flexibility in one muscle group, but continue progressing the flexibility of another. In these cases, this schedule will make sure you don’t lose the progress from your hard work

Sleep advice

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Sleep
Sleep portion of the PDF

I give my recommendations and why it’s important for flexibility training

Protein

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Protein part of PDF
Eat the right amount of protein to help your flexibility progress

One of the most controversial topics in the fitness and nutrition world. Well, as a Certified Nutrition Coach with a Masters in exercise science, you can be confident that you’re getting legitimate advice on how much to consume to help your flexibility training

Calories

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Calorie part of PDF
How can calories affect flexibility progress

I give advice on what to expect with flexibility training if you’re losing, maintaining, or gaining weight

Muscle soreness and active recovery

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Soreness part of PDF
Learn how to use nutrition to relieve soreness

Since the two can go hand-in-hand, they’ll share a space here. When dealing with muscle soreness, most people use passive recovery to heal; this leads to slower progress. If people use active recovery, they use the wrong moves at the wrong intensity. I teach you how to do it properly so you get more flexible faster

Foods to eat for flexibility

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Food part of PDF
Learn KEY foods to eat help you get more flexible

Some foods make your body more acidic or more alkaline. Some foods are inflammatory, while others are anti-inflammatory. I share with you some key foods that’ll help your muscles relax and get flexible quicker

Extra help

Flexibility for Martial Arts - Additional Help part of PDF
Discover a list of options you have if you’d like further guidance from me

Even though there’s a lot of valuable information in the videos and manual, some people will want closer attention and guidance with their training. I give you options from which to choose, so I can work with you towards your fitness goals

This all sounds good, but that price makes me think twice (I’m rhyming now. Could’ve been a rapper)

I’m sure you may have seen a lot of workout programs that cost $29, $19, or something of the sort. But I wanted to give you more than just a quickly whipped-up 5-minute video to do a workout; I want to pass on knowledge; I want to give you quality; I want to give you a point of reference that can be used when you have questions about flexibility, hip pain, toe position, protein, calories, and everything else you’ve had a glimpse of here

For online training programs, I can charge per 4-weeks. Every 4 weeks would be $80. In this Flexibility for Martial Arts package, you’re getting 12 weeks worth of training programming; that’s $240 worth of training programming

PLUS you’re getting valuable information on protein, PLUS valuable information on calories, PLUS valuable answers to questions that you’re most likely to have when you train. You won’t find a lot of what you see in this program in other offerings

Often, “you get what you pay for,” right? Well, this is one of those cases

I’m so super-confident that these 6 videos, 37-page PDF, and 11 pages of time stamps will get you more flexible, injury-resistant, and provide LOADS of valuable knowledge, that I’m offering you a 30-day money-back GUARANTEE!!

If you follow the program as written, use all those valuable nutrition and technique tips that I gave you, and you STILL don’t see an improvement in flexibility, I will refund your total purchase within those 30 days

But remember . . .

The plan won’t work if you don’t work, so let’s get to work!

Invest in yourself ONCE, and reap the rewards forever!

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