The muscle magazines would like you to believe that having a “hard body” with
rock-hard muscles is a good thing. They’d like you to believe that hard muscle
equals functional strength and increased athleticism.
Not a chance.
Stronger muscles equal greater athleticism. Not bigger ones. Not hard ones.
The same goes with flexibility. Some people would like you to believe that being
able to do the splits equals athleticism. They’d like you to believe that being flexible
is the key to preventing injuries.
Okay, so why all the injuries in yoga classes.
Having flexible muscles that are weak is just as bad as having rock-hard
muscles that are inflexible and non-functional.
Does this mean you shouldn’t work on strength or flexibility?
In fact, what you want to do is work on both simultaneously. You want to make your
muscles twice as strong and twice as flexible without working on each in a separate
You want to stretch and strengthen when other people are doing either/or and neither/nor.
From a distance, someone who has athletic muscles may appear to be chiseled
from granite, but upon closer inspection, you’ll see that his muscles are loose and
limber. Totally functional. Not stiff.
On the outside, you want the tissues to be soft and pliable. On the inside,
you want the strength of steel as well as the pliability of jungle cat.
This is what most people really want when they talk about flexibility and
And that’s why I deliver these attributes to you in Combat Stretching.
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