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    What additional body work should focus on? (lest I get turned into a newt).
    Cloaca and tail.

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    Supple Leopard has been on my wishlist for a while, but I've got other stuff to finish first. For those who have it, what does it mainly consist of and how is it organized? I'm picturing something like different chapters, each focused on a different joint (shoulder, hip, etc), and then a list of mobility exercises and stretches to keep that joint healthy. Is that basically the outline? Is there more to it than that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Cloaca and tail.
    Who are you, who are so wise in the ways of science?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciep View Post
    Supple Leopard has been on my wishlist for a while, but I've got other stuff to finish first. For those who have it, what does it mainly consist of and how is it organized? I'm picturing something like different chapters, each focused on a different joint (shoulder, hip, etc), and then a list of mobility exercises and stretches to keep that joint healthy. Is that basically the outline? Is there more to it than that?
    The latter part of the book is as you describe. The first portion actually covers how to brace properly in great detail. The next section actually gives instructions on how to perform exercises (back squat, deadlift, pullup, etc.). Then it gets to the area-specific mobilization techniques.

    I agree that it is an amazing book that anyone interested in fitness needs to get. I wish it had been written (and that I had read it) before I started weight training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Cloaca and tail.
    Umm, I think I will pass on the cloaca flossing...

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    Cool, thanks yodiewan! Sounds like a worthwhile read for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciep View Post
    Who are you, who are so wise in the ways of science?

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    Sounds interesting.. I didn't invested too much into injury prevention and curing so I might also get it. Thanks for asking.
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    we bought two copies -- one for home, and one for our business.

    So far, the 4 teachers in training are taking turns with it (they each have 3 days with it). DH and I are sharing the other one. We just got them Saturday, and I'm already working on chapter 4. Great material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoebird View Post
    we bought two copies -- one for home, and one for our business.

    So far, the 4 teachers in training are taking turns with it (they each have 3 days with it). DH and I are sharing the other one. We just got them Saturday, and I'm already working on chapter 4. Great material.
    Hey zoebird, this made me curious about your business. I just checked out the website, it really sounds like a great place -- I hope you're having success with it! I'm also very jealous that you guys are based in NZ, that's always been on my "must go" list.

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