Steve Maxwell: Mobility Conditioning Seminar

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    World renowned strength & conditioning expert Steve Maxwell is coming to China again. Steve is an American fitness coach, physical educator, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructor. He was the first man to teach kettlebell classes in the United States and was named one of the top 100 trainers in the USA by Men’s Journal. Maxwell has a long history of grappling and became the first person in the USA certified to teach Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. He is also the first American to earn a black belt from Relson Gracie. Check out the details for his 2016 China tour. He’ll be at Elite Fitness: Chengdu on October 26, 2016. Reserve your spot before September 1 for a significant discount.

    Feel free to contact me on WeChat, CGlenn80, if you have any questions.

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    Here’s the flier.

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    Wow, coming to Chengdu! That’s pretty cool. I was talking to someone about this guy recently. I tried some of his concentric routines and tips for rotator cuff recovery. He is a legit old school fitness legend. Here he is on Rogan:

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    What’s the price? and what is mobility conditioning?

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    It’s 1800 rmb before September 1st and 2200 rmb after.

    Mobility Conditioning Seminar

    Mobility is one of the least developed and understood aspects of physical conditioning.

    Plenty of people display strength and can lift heavy bells and sandbags, or swing kettlebells for high reps… but they often display terrible terrible posture, movement patterns and range of motion.

    You’re invited to come train with internationally renowned fitness coach Steve Maxwell and experience his system of mobility conditioning.

    Steve’s mobility conditioning system build agility, coordination and transforms the natural aging process.

    Many people think of mobility as a gentle sort of active recovery exercise– and this is one aspect– but there’s a whole other side of mobility that few are aware of.

    In this seminar, you will learn:

    Mobility exercises that increase strength throughout the 3-dimensional plane
    How to link mobility exercises to create the absolutely best cardio conditioning possible
    4000-year old, classical exercises even more applicable in these modern times

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