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Re: Maxalding

Postby peter yates » Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:00 pm

Talbot wrote:Maxalding should be taught to all those who are handicapped, by life or age, and can't "Pump Iron" or do "No Pain, No Gain" exercises. If only they knew that Maxalding exists!

Hi Talbot, i feel everyone can only benefit from the practice of MAXALDING. To me it has no downside only plus.For example it can
be taught before using weights to develop a clear mind-muscle link.
be used when equipment is not readily available.
be used when there are severe time constraints.
be used to rehab from injury or illness.
be used for older people with limitations.
be used with weights, cables or bodyweight calisthenics.
It seems MAXALDING is as much a system of healing as muscle developing and could be of benefit to anyone and deserves to be more widely known.
Regards, Peter.
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Re: Maxalding

Postby Norman » Wed Mar 29, 2017 12:43 pm

Hello Peter and Talbot,
I agree competely with you!
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