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How to fix weak links like elbows...

by Andrew
(Greenville,Mi)

Finally someone is able to explain the true science of this amazing system! Keep it going man,I'm following,using these concepts to get stronger&healthier than ever while rehahabbing&strengthening my elbows from years of weightlifting,ect&a torn shoulder from a longboard crash. With proper breathwork it is amazingly effective.

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Jul 08, 2016
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by: Jarell

Hey Andrew, I'm glad that you're using these concepts for your training, because their potential for injury rehabilitation is bar none. In fact, Bud Jeffries used isometric exercises to rehabilitate his knee after snapping it during a run. After about a year of isometric training for his leg, he was right back to doing 700lbs Zercher squats and more.

One of the things that many people fail to acknowledge is that your diaphragm is made up of skeletal muscle -- thus, it's just as important to train the strength of your diaphragm as it is to train all other muscle groups, if not more so. You'll increase not just your vitality, but also your force production.

Let me know how your training goes!

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