1. A client support video to review the techniques performed in a session. Front View: Raise your right arm to chest high. Rotate your trunk to the right while allowing the left arm to swing overhead towards your right shoulder. The left arm motion will help you flex to the right. While at the same time rotating your trunk to the right allowing the right arm to travel behind you. Make sure you do not lock your knees and maintain a relaxed state through the motion. Perform on both sides 3 to 5 times.

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  2. A client support video to review the techniques performed in a session. Front View: Raise your left arm to chest high. Rotate your trunk to the right while allowing the left arm to swing at chest high towards the right side of your body. Now incorporate the right arm by enabling it to move overhead towards your left shoulder. This right arm motion will help you flex your trunk to the left. While at the same time rotating your trunk to the right. Make sure you do not lock your knees and maintain a relaxed state through the motion. Perform on both sides 3 to 5 times.

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  3. A client support video to review the techniques performed in a session. Front View: Begin by taking a step forward, at the same time flex at your waist while rotating your trunk towards the forward leg. Allow your hands with arms extended to move across your thigh past the hip, keeping your eyes focused on the moving hands. Repeat this process by stepping to the side, or 90 degrees, and then rotate 145 degrees to complete the 3 step process. Make sure you relax and allow your body to flow through each movement. Perform on both sides 3 to 5 times.

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  4. A client support video to review the techniques performed in a session. Front View: Your hips will be the primary driver. Move your hips forward until you feel the calf muscle tighten, this will be your end point. No need to push beyond this feeling. Now move your hips forward maintaining the tightness to the calf muscle for 2 seconds, and then move your hips backward just enough to reduce the pressure to your calf muscle, repeat 3 to 5 times. Next, we will move side to side. Move your hips forward until you feel your calf muscle tighten, and then move your hips from left to right slowly outside and then inside the foot on the ground, repeat 3 to 5 times. Next, we will rotate the hip. Start with the forward movement you used for the last two axis (forward and side to side), and then at the side of the raised leg. Lift your knee at hip height, next rotate your hip with the knee as a driver externally to your end point, hold for 2 seconds. And then return a little left of the starting point to increase the tension on the calf, repeat the rotation 3 to 5 times. The final sequence you will point your toes and leg with rotation 45% to your left and right 3 to 5 times.

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My Coach is Derak Glover, FAFS (Fellow of Applied Functional Science, Practitioner of AFS & FMR, and Personal Trainer)

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