I am really excited to announce the re-launch of Muscle Imbalance Revealed 2.0 .
Over the last few weeks I have been getting feedback from the hundreds of trainers, coaches, and therapists that have gotten Muscle Imbalances Revealed, to see how I could make it better.
This is the feedback that I got from them:
- We want more lower body muscle imbalance exercises – DONE!
- We want more information on the fascia stuff – DONE!
- We want to hear about new trends in muscle imbalances – DONE!
Thank you for everyone’s feedback, and I am very excited to give people what they want.
This is what is new for Muscle Imbalances Revealed 2.0:
#1 – Muscle Imbalance Exercises for the Lower Body (Value – $89)
I got a lot of feedback on Muscle Imbalances Revealed from all the health and fitness professionals from around the world, and the number one thing they wanted was MORE EXERCISES, so here you go.
For MIR2, we added more exercises that help address muscle imbalances in the lower body.
This bonus is a live presentation that I had done a few months back where I went through well over 50 exercises to address muscle imbalances in the lower body.
Some of them are unique and different, but very effective.
You get the video of the presentation and a handout with pictures of all the exercises.
#2 – Fascia, Exercise & Muscle Imbalances – Part 2 (Value – $68)
The video presentation in MIR 1.0 that got the most feedback and response was the video on fascia (Component #7 – Fascia, Exercise & Muscle Imbalances).
This presentation specifically talks about Training the Myofascial Lines for Back Injuries.
Fascia is not commonly taught to fitness professionals and when it is, it’s often explained vaguely and without detail. In Fascia, Exercises & Muscles Imbalances Part 2 (You also get part 1), the fascia is explained in great detail. But better yet, it is explained how you can address fascia with exercises in order to get better results with your clients.
In the presentation, Dean Somerset goes through this:
- 4 ways of assessing anatomical lines of force
- What these assessments tell you and what to do about them
- Designing an exercise program based on the anatomical lines of force
- Why anatomical lines of force are so important
- What happens to these lines of force on a day-to-day basis
- How most people injure these anatomical lines of force
#3 – Naked Running (Value – $27)
There has been a lot of talk about barefoot running in the fitness industry of late.
So I asked my friend, Jon-Erik Kawamoto what he thought about it.
He said it would be best if he wrote something on it.
He ended up writing Naked Running for you.
Even this week, Jon read the book over and had so much more to add to it that he re-wrote it and added even more great information. Very cool!
I know you may be wondering if barefoot running is a good thing to do or not, as I did.
You may have seen all those people wearing those funny slipper toed shoes and wondered if they work or are just hype.
All the answers are here for you! You have to check this out!
Now specifically what Jon goes through:
- Those five finger shoes, do they work or do they look goofy
- Are shoe companies wrong in the way they design shoes
- How to make your own zero drop shoe
- Is barefoot running for you
- Where did this barefoot running thing come from
#4 – You Get Everything Else
You get everything else from the original Muscle Imbalances Revealed.
Yes, all of this great stuff when you order MIR2:
If you are interested in getting Muscle Imbalances Revealed 2.0, CLICK HERE.
What if I have Muscle Imbalances Revealed 1.0?
You get everything in 2.0 for FREE. This is what I meant when I said “lifetime update.”
I am always adding new stuff and you get it FREE.
If you have MIR 1.0, just go to:
Enter in your Username and Password, then enjoy all of the great stuff.
If you forgot your Username and Password, just hit “Lost your password?”, enter in the email you registered with and we will send you a new one.
That is it.
If you want the full details on Muscle Imbalances Revealed 2.0 or as I say, MIR2, just CLICK HERE.
Rick Kaselj, MS