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Thanks Reyna for asking all those questions. This was very helpful!
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Hi everybody,

I am Alex from Hong Kong. I am working as a graphic designer and most of the time I need to sit in front of the computer.
Paul's method of stretching is very impressive and I hope to learn more to improve my flexibility.

I am looking forward to share with all of you. Thank you!
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Hi All!

I stumbled upon the easy flexibility website a few days ago and decided to order the training certification program. Im excited to learn some new stretching material that I can incorporate into my flexibility classes.

Michelle, San Francisco,CA

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Hi, everyone!

My name is Herdis Jenssen, from Norway. I am an X-pert certified pole fitness instructor. Been teaching for 8 years (still love it) and being active myself in both small competitions and the bigger ones. I am really looking forward to learn about this method, as I find it very interesting. Thank you for having me:)

Best regards
Herdis
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Hi, my name is Jenna and I am a pole and aerial instructor. I am located in SoCal. I came across EF last year and decided to purchase the certification training programs. I am also looking into Personal Training certification in this process and hoping to get my health/life coach certifications by the end of next year. I'm fascinated by the human body and I'm looking forward to expand my knowledge. I believe continue educations will help me understand my body and help others to heal and advanced on their journey in overall mobility and strength.
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Hi My Name is Cori and I am a Pole Instructor. I am a certified group trainer and am working on my Personal Training certification right now as well.  As Barbara has mentioned, being in Aerial Arts of various types and degree's flexibility becomes a big thing. I have a lot to learn when it comes to the body and was hoping to gain some insite and usable knowledge here!

I am watching the first video and am very distracted by the music playing. It is already challenging enough to understand the instructor at times but then to try and listen over the background music adds to the challenge. Oh well. Hopefully it will be different in other videos or maybe there is a way to turn it off....
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Nevermind i figured it out.
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Daniel,
on the downloads, we cannot print them all at once then?
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Hi everyone!

My name is Barbara, and I am an instructor for aerial hoop, yoga inversions, adult gymnastics (I was a competitive gymnast when I was younger), and flexibility. I came across EF maybe a year or so ago and bought a handful of various videos to both help myself and my students. I'm also a certified personal trainer and have learned a little bit about flexibility training through conferences and whatnot along the way. But as I've been teaching more flexibility classes, I found there are many times that I wanted more knowledge and techniques to especially help those students who are super tight and those students who are already fairly advanced and need more/new techniques. So, this is why I signed up to do the certification program here!

I'm very much looking forward to learning as much as I can!
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Trigger point release, massage with stiff balls, plus the good old contract-relax technique, done in Zaichik stretching positions and movements, that's the most powerful thing you can get.
If this doesn't work, those guys are not human.
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