A while back I read a book about a dunking expert (as in dunking a basketball), who didn’t warm up properly before taking a leap toward the basket.
The result that day: He ruptured his achilles tendon.
He was in his mid-40’s when it happened. Yet, one year later, he was on the court jamming the basketball again. And by the way, he’s only 5’8″ tall.
Want to know how he recovered from his injury?
Did he go to the weight room? He did not. Did he sit around and rest for a year? Not a chance.
What he did was what I have advocated for more than 20 years.
He began training his tendons and ligaments.
How did he train them? With various postures and stances that de-emphasized the muscles in favor of the tendons. Well, well, well. Imagine that!
It’s truly amazing and mind-blowing to discover that the way to strength, mobility, longevity, recovery, health, explosive speed and power, ain’t what the scientists are telling you.
And this is why I never get tired of sending reminders about my ground-breaking, earth-shattering, record-busting online program – Power Postures.
If you want to integrate this program into your other strength training regimens, that’s fine.
If you want to follow this program and nothing else – that is also a great idea.
But whichever way you want to go, you WANT to be training your tendons and ligaments. This method won’t guarantee that you’ll never get injured – but it will so dramatically shift the odds in your favor of being injury free, that it will feel as though you are “bullet-proof.”
Want stronger tendons so that your chances of injury are reduced to almost nil – then click this link NOW.
P.S. By the way, the dunk master’s name is Kadour Ziani, and he’s known as the GoatFather of Dunk.