The CURE For Your Flexibility Problems

VIDEO #1: 4 Shoulder Flexibility Tests | VIDEO #2: The CURE For Your Flexibility Problems | VIDEO #3: The 6-Step SFS System

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In today’s video presentation, you’re going to discover the NINE factors you need to address to guarantee you make LASTING flexibility gains (static stretching misses 7 of these including the factors that make the gains stick)

I’m curious if after discovering these factors, which ones you think are the ones you’ve been missing out on?

Let me know in the Comments below and if you’ve got any questions, leave those too:

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Lana
Lana

Eric,
This is very exciting stuff. I have been giving your 4 exercises to help with a sore back to many of my clients and have had to use it myself this week. It makes so much sense to strengthen in order for compensation to release. I deal with a lot of people with shoulder issues as my clients are usually over 40 and life has left its mark. Really hoping to be able to pass on the info and help them over come shoulder pain and postural issues.

Adrian
Adrian

Eric,

Is the program appropriate for individuals who have icds or pacemaker implants?

Joanne
Joanne

I’m really excited about the shoulder flexibility program since I get an F in all the tests!
I did try the hip flexibility program for my periformis muscle issue but that aggravated it so I don’t know what I was doing wrong or if I should have been doing something different. I would like more help with this as well .Thanks!

Joe Thompson
Joe Thompson

Derrrrr…corrected the email. Anyway, thanks again Eric. You’ve changed my life!

Joe Thompson
Joe Thompson

Can’t wait to get into this! HFS has helped me so much! And not just hips, but low back, posture etc. Adding SFS will take care of the rest of my physical issues. You’re hitting everything, Eric!

Eric
Eric

Wicked! Unfortunately can’t do much for your luck with the ladies but your physical fitness yeah, I can help you out. 🙂

Martin
Martin

Hey Eric! I am really looking for to this. I’ve been dealing with a shoulder impingement for nearly two years after a fencing injury. I haven’t been back since as I used my shoulder as an excuse to stop working out! Hoping this will help get me back in the game and improve my posture!

Allan
Allan

Eric you’ve just mind fucked me..I’m super pumped for this 🙂 like a child at Christmas..ive seen physios over past 5 years that just told me to stretch n strength with band n put me on some machine…none working of corse!..and I took it upon myself to use trigger points….they helped a little…find it hard that the likes of John Jones and the top eyes Havnt snapped you up!..been sharing the video with guys I train with they blow away too.

Charlie
Charlie

I don’t think I’ve been able to effectively build strength in the inhibited muscle groups. I’m not sure why – stretching is something easy to feel, strengthening or what seems like reforming and stabilising really, seems harder to quantify. Having a consistent easy to measure progress, as well. Our maybe it just gets lost in my overall general strength training – in other words land the correct specificity.

Wayne Lefebvre
Wayne Lefebvre

Good videos. I definitely need to work on my hand to scapula. Also looking to hear what you have to say about correcting head forward posture.

George
George

I have a bicep tendon that pops out of track, strenthening the muscles of the rotator cup is a necessity to lessen the discomfort,. I am interested in anything that will help my shoulder strength and flexibility. I have the tried the stretches that every PT recommends, like door stretches, and the Appley assesment techniques.

Josh Szymanowski
Josh Szymanowski

Looking forward to more information. Very intrigued to learn more about the joint capsule. I have worked on stretching the muscles, I also use Jill Miller’s therapy balls for fascia. But I know something is missing for my hips and more importantly my shoulders. I have a feeling this will have a positive impact on my striking and bjj. As a gym owner, personal trainer and group fitness instructor I look forward to taking this info to my clients. MANY if not most have rounded shoulders and lack hip mobility.

Margaret
Margaret

This definitely explains why I haven’t gotten any progress in stretching. I have only been stretching but not strengthening the other muscles.

Michael McCann WS ActiveBody
Michael McCann WS ActiveBody

Fantastic, I nice clean presentation about the same things that I have been trying to get my clients to learn about their recovery and maintenance. I’ll be passing this video along.

Otto
Otto

Till now I did static flexibility and physics therapist, medicine ( pain killers) but with all this I just got minimum results…
So looking forward for your next video….

Eric
Eric

such a common (and unfortunate) path so many have walked…

jim
jim

sounds to me like you are right on the money – as i work through my shoulder issues with my PT, i can (now) see how the different elements you have laid out in this presentation have affected my progress (or lack thereof). Can;t wait for the next video.

linda
linda

As one person stated, the chiropractor and physical therapy misses out. BUT your program helps to show where you need to address “flexibility”. My issue seems to be musculature and doctors want to feed arthritis medicine solutions and the problem stays. Anticipating the Shoulder Flexibility to add to 3DF

Roger Tucker
Roger Tucker

Very interesting presentation! However, I was particularly interested by your mention of “joint stability”. I would imagine that this comes to the fore when dealing with legs and particularly knees?