Side Split Anatomy

Why can't you do a full split?

If you really want to know the answer watch this video.
We did a break down of each of the muscles that are involved in a split, if ONLY ONE of them is tight or weak, the split WON'T HAPPEN. What's worse, you'll keep stretching and stretching, and yet nothing will happen...

Then what's the SOLUTION...?

To use a method to PINPOINT which muscle is tight, and work on it, kinesiologically, which means targeting the issue in a way that is natural for our bodies. The ElasticSteel method allows just that. Check it out!

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