up onpart 1 of Muscle control. You'll learn how to feel (and control) four main landmarks of the hip bone. You'll also learn to control the long hip muscles. These are the muscles that connect the hip bone to the lower leg bones.
You'll also get a taste of using these muscles in splits and half spide splits so that you can improve flexibility. You'll also see how to use the techniques from Muscle Control 1 in the front to back splits.
Videos are in mp4 format and are downloadable (they can also be streamed using the gumroad app).
You can always download videos to different devices. You can also download updates when they become available.
The exercises are taught as "follow along". However, for each exercise, it is strongly recommended that you also practice without the video. You can watch an exercise, doing it with the video, then pause the video and repeat the exercise by yourself.
Whether on a Mac system or Windows, VLC is a very handy viewing app that allows you to create playlists so that you can seamlessly play all videos without having to operate any controls.
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30 Day Guarantee
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Helping You To Become Smarter in Your Own Body
This series of videos won't make you a master of your own body, but they are designed to help get you on that path.
If you look at smartphones, compared to the old "dumb" cell phones prior to the first iPhone. Smartphones are smart because they can sense your touch and respond in different ways to your touch.
The muscle control and proprioception workshop videos are designed to help you become smarter in your own body by learning to better feel it and control it.
This is something that you can carry into all aspects of your life.
A type of Conscious Movement
But even aside from that, a focus on feeling your body (and controlling it) is a simple way of becoming more present. Rather than doing lots of different poses, one after the other, to turn your thinking mind of, here you can focus on the creating sensations within your body (by turning muscles on and off) to help turn of incessant thinking.
You could think of this as a type of conscious movement because each action, each movement is clearly defined. As a result, you can focus on doing it.