Have you seen many adults swinging around on the monkey bars with the kids?
No wonder tight shoulders are so common these says.
Many have lost the ability to hang and swing around from their hands.
If you’re at my local play ground you’ll definitely see me …
Because the kids are onto something that I’ve realised is very important to relieve tight shoulders, and keep your joints healthy.
Hanging … it’s a very powerful practice in your Physical Freedom tool belt. And today I’m going to show you how to improve your hanging abilities.
In the video you’ll learn:
- Creative strategies to ensure you can practice your hanging anywhere you are
- The basics to begin a hanging practice, so you can relieve shoulder and neck tension even if you’re a complete beginner
- Advanced strategies to progress to single arm hanging, and open up many doors in your movement practice
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