Paul Zaichik Broad Spectrum Conditioning for Kicking
DVDrip | English | MP3 @ 128kbps | 720x480 | Xvid @ 1108kbps | NTSC
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This video is designed to do for you what 99% of the martial arts instructors won't do for you. Broad Spectrum Conditioning before the study of the skills.
Learn the training routines to prepare your body for kicking techniques. These moves will allow for fast and safe mastery of the kicks.
Have you ever watched a child trying to write something, before the fine motor skills are developed? All you see is incomprehensible lines? The reason for that is because the neuromuscular system is not yet developed to allow for such a task. This example has some resonance to a new kicker trying to kick. A while belt kicker who is not strength conditioned has to use muscles, which are not fully developed for kicking and are not under his complete control. He will develop these muscles through kicks. It is a time consuming process. Furthermore, it is not the safest or fastest way to learn how to kick. �
It takes just one muscle group to be underdeveloped, for the kicking technique not to work. A basic front kick demonstrates this point well. For a successful kick strength is required in the anterior chain of the kicking leg. Flexibility and strength in the posterior chain of the kicking leg is needed for successful and safe height and the deceleration of the kick. That is just the kicking leg; the supporting leg and trunk have many requirements as well. If they are not there, the kick can't be done correctly. If it can't be done correctly then it can't be practiced correctly. There is a saying that it is not practice that makes perfect, it's correct practice that makes perfect. So if your body won't let you do the kick correctly, then what are you practicing?
That is where this Broad Spectrum Conditioning for Kicking DVD comes in handy. It teaches you how to develop your body, which is ready to master how to kick.
Being ready, makes the difference between:
-Will you learn to kick properly or not?
-Will you practice to kick correctly or not?
-Will you get injured or not?
-How quickly will you master the kicks?
This video is great for the following students:
-If you are just about to start your martial arts journey and looking for a way to prepare for it.
-If you took time off from training and need to get your body into shape before coming back.
-If you are currently training, yet your kicks don't seem to improve.
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