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Dynamic-Tension ®

Posted: Tue Aug 20, 2019 3:52 pm
by Henry Marczak
Now that I'm retired I like to get out and about, also our social life is very active. I don't drink alcohol but go to many social gatherings and events, which keeps me feeling young.

I was reading about easy ways to meditate and one method mentioned was listening to classical music, who'd of thought eh!

I do training at home but get out and walk 2.5k to a Yoga studio every morning, I leave around 8am, don't know how long it takes as I take the river bike trail there. I start doing my Tai Chi solo forms till people start to show up for class which starts at 9:30am for 75 mins. There's one teacher that teaches a style of Yoga that incorporates much muscle tensing, very different from the regular styles and she also plays heavy metal and punk. I've asked her if she's heard of the Charles Atlas® "Dynamic-Tension®" Bodybuilding System, she's young so hasn't so I'll clue her in.

A young son of my boss when I was working, had come back from New York and asked me if I'd heard of Charles Atlas ? of course mate! and told him about the famous Dynamic-Tension® System which I've known since being 14.

Re: Dynamic-Tension ®

Posted: Thu Sep 05, 2019 5:40 pm
by DonRagsdale
Many thoughts and feelings surface when reflecting on how it feels to be an Atlas Student. Gratitude quickly comes to mind which will be the focus of my comments here. Following the principles outlined in the Dynamic-Tension course directly leads to an amazing increase in fitness with respect to body, mind and soul. This truly unique and invaluable system is comprehensive and, if put into practice, yields the optimum health everyone strives for. This resulting well-being of body, mind and soul allows one to live life abundantly and appreciate all that life offers. For these reasons and many more, I am forever grateful and proud to be an Atlas Student!

Re: Dynamic-Tension ®

Posted: Sun Oct 06, 2019 2:00 pm
by Jim
Don, how long have you been an Atlas student?
I began at age 28, I'm now 79. I have to admit I took off long periods of time along the way, but I always come back to DT, sometimes only a few exercises a day.
Jim