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The Front Splits Fast program is like nothing else on the market. Based on peer reviewed science and clearly explained so you don’t need a degree to understand it! This program really gets to the core of your flexibility problems and helps treat them – fast!
I bought the Training Turnout Manual about six months ago because I was told that I had very tight hips and didn’t know how to control my turnout. I was at a lost trying so many different products but nothing ever really worked. Often I would stretch out my hips so much to the point were I couldn’t walk the next day. As soon as a brought the book I started to realize how much damage I am doing to my hips. The book helped me locate where my tension was and how to release it. Now before every class I bring my tennis ball with me to go through a couple of exercises and then everyday do some of the strength exercises. All of my teachers have told me what an improvement I have made. Thanks Lisa!