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    bluestrm is offline Associate Member
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    Fascia Stretching

    This is a link to a very good article on fascia stretching.

    Along with the stretching another good technique that also goes hand in hand and can aid with seperations is to flex after your sets. You have to flex really hard and hold it for a while.
    If you don't do either of these, just give it a try and see how you like it.
    *When doing the fascia stretching, don't bounce while doing it. Just push, or pull into the stretch, and hold it.

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    Take it to Oprah, just playin. But really take it to the fitness forum.

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    DOUGTM1SS is offline Associate Member
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    Parillo performance thought of this stretching back in the 80's so it's a little dated.

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    Yep that's exactly where I remember it from...
    Do you remember Franco Santorello (spelling?)

    Claimed he gains a whole 1" on his arms in only about 2 weeks
    from this technique perform by John Parillo when he trained with
    him... He also said it was one of the most painful things ever and
    his arms were black and blue for weeks...

    I think this technique really works, i know myself my arms hit 18 1/2"
    and no matter how much more the rest of me grow they don't seem
    to get any bigger, but halfway into a workout they are so tight i felt
    like i can't get anymore of a pump or size increase even though i know
    i should be able too...

    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGTM1SS
    Parillo performance thought of this stretching back in the 80's so it's a little dated.

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