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George & Elisa's N-method Warming Up/Cool Down

SKU# BV-12338

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The idea of stretching before exercise...Depending on the method, over stretched muscles may cause the injury with a diverse effect.



Included the warming-up method: Prepare for stimulating muscle movement, conditioning muscle balance and entire body movement.

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The idea of stretching before exercise...Depending on the method, over stretched muscles may cause the injury with a diverse effect.

Included the warming-up method: Prepare for stimulating muscle movement, conditioning muscle balance and entire body movement.

By focusing on Karate movements, it'll help your performance level efficiently. The cooling-down method is also included to break free from your fatigue for the next day. Check up your routine stretching and try N method (Nagata method), necessary for your every day practice.
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Additional Information
SKU BV-12338
Release Date Jun 1, 2007
Other Info No
Format DVD NTSC
Languages Japanese
Length 45 min.

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