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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_Kavadlo View Post
    Thanks! As for flexibility, I've been practicing yoga for a long, long time. I also do some informal stretching every day.

    My next book is actually going to be all about flexibility/mobility training. It should be out early next year.
    Will it have a section on horribly tight shoulder girdles and anatomical kyphosis? If so, sign me up for a copy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_Kavadlo View Post
    Thanks! As for flexibility, I've been practicing yoga for a long, long time. I also do some informal stretching every day.

    My next book is actually going to be all about flexibility/mobility training. It should be out early next year.
    Sign me up as well. I know it should not be hard, but for whatever reason, I avoid it. I recently purchased a large foam roller and streching rope. I had a friend that ran track, he suggested the rope as you can push it solo.

    Additionally, I had a trainer tell me my posture is terrible. Working on that as well. I have major difficult keeping my shoulders back and sitting up straight.

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    Good stuff - even people that relies mostly on weight training should incorporate a few body weight exercises here and there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Will it have a section on horribly tight shoulder girdles and anatomical kyphosis? If so, sign me up for a copy.
    Yes there will be lots of shoulder and other upper-body stretches in this book. Depending on your age, however, kyphosis can be very slow and difficult to correct. Not necessarily impossible, but it takes a lot of focused work.

    Quote Originally Posted by TTBlue21 View Post
    Sign me up as well. I know it should not be hard, but for whatever reason, I avoid it. I recently purchased a large foam roller and streching rope. I had a friend that ran track, he suggested the rope as you can push it solo.

    Additionally, I had a trainer tell me my posture is terrible. Working on that as well. I have major difficult keeping my shoulders back and sitting up straight.
    Right on - good to know there's already some interest in this book!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gorbag View Post
    Good stuff - even people that relies mostly on weight training should incorporate a few body weight exercises here and there!
    Thanks, Gorbag! You and I seem to think alike!
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