Russian longevity Secrets for Pain-Free Movement, hospital Maximum Strength & Flexible Strength
“Injuries Flee the Scene of the Crime, Rehab Miracles Become Norm—Using Super Joints Fast Response, Rescue-Your-Own Body, Super-Relief Program”
You have a choice in life. You can sputter and stumble and creak your way along in a process of painful, slow decline—or you can take charge of your health and become a human dynamo.
And there is no better way to insure a long, pain-free life than performing the right daily combination of joint mobility and strength-flexibility exercises.
In his Super Joints workout, Russian fitness expert Pavel Tsatsouline shows you exactly how to quickly achieve and maintain peak joint health—and then use it to improve every aspect of your physical performance.
Only the foolish would deliberately ignore the twenty-nine life-enhancing techniques Pavel demonstrates in Super Joints. Why would anyone willingly subject themselves to a life of increasing pain, degeneration and decrepitude? But for an athlete, a dancer, a martial artist or any serious performer, Super Joints could spell the difference between greatness and mediocrity.
“In this tape Pavel shows twenty-nine techniques that help you achieve and maintain peak joint condition. Anyone doing any type of combative training should take a serious look at this tape, as I stated previously (while doing the book review of the same name) I never imagined doing special exercises for the joints could improve your physical condition, but it does. This tape covers a series of general exercises; these are good for pre-practice warm-ups or may even comprise an entire exercise program. General exercises are shown including those for the neck, shoulders, hands, wrist, elbows, etc. Also shown are variations on the bridge, and how to work up to one, and tension and release techniques that help kicking ability. Pavel also says the same thing Matt Fury has been saying, “Squats are great for the knees.” and show several ways of working them. This tape provides a wide variety of unusual and not often seen useful exercises. Again, the book “Super Joints,” and the tape make a great combination.”
—WR, realfighting.com, July 2002