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In my martial way training, the legs are the foundation. I read often of guys who do 200 - 400 dips a day but how many reps for the legs. I think if you do 200 dips then you should be doing the same for calves and upper leg.
An important thing I learnt from Tai Chi or Aikido was training the legs as #1. I come across lots of guys who just train the upper body and not even think about the legs. A really good exercise in the Dynamic-Tension system is exercise 7 in lesson 8. The legs can get very strong and muscular when t...
The truest SUCCESS is but the development of self. The inspiration of Charles Atlas started with reading his ad and sending for the information booklet that was advertised. That book had me convinced and I sent for the course without hesitation. The Dynamic-Tension System totally inspired me and ha...
- Sat Mar 22, 2008 9:42 am
- Forum: Atlas Student Experiences
- Topic: Radiant Health
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Back in 2000 just before I got the Dynamic-Tension® System again, I got very sick with pneumonia and had a huge cyst in my right lung. The first thing that made me realize that the Atlas system was for me was reading the words PURE AIR DEEP BREATHING. The very first essential thing to do in securing...
- Thu Mar 20, 2008 5:20 pm
- Forum: How it feels to be an Atlas Student!
- Topic: intro
- Replies: 4
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After getting the FREE booklet (1970 UK), I ordered the Charles Atlas system. I wasn't very discipline as a teenager and the course was left in a rooming house drawer just before emigrating to Canada in 1972. 1979 I studied Tai Chi Chuan and this got me disciplined to train everyday, but it wasn't t...