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    GunnyHighway is offline Senior Member
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    A couple of questions about the Flexible Steel regimen.

    First are the "series" designed to be done as a complete routine? Doing as many years as I am old of 33 different movements for Series 1? Seems like it would take a couple of hours?

    Second, are the series designed to be some kind of progression? Start with Series 1, move to Series 2, then move to the Escape sequence?

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    Jon Engum RKC is offline Senior Member
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    GunnyHighway, You may pick and choose. We do around ten reps of the first series and it takes about 10 minutes. Put more time and reps into whatever moves give you the most challenge or where you think you need the most work. The series are not progressions but you can alternate as you feel. Many choices. I am doing a Flexible Steel Workshop in Dallas on Jan 26. Email Paul Britt, at pdbritt@hotmail.com for all the details.

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    GunnyHighway is offline Senior Member
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    Thanks for the reply. My thinking was I'd do 10-19 from Series 1 as my main mobility issues are with my shoulders, and start working on the Escape routine for a more general plan. Make sense?

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    Jon Engum RKC is offline Senior Member
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    Sounds like a good plan, please let me know how it goes and what changes you see.

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    Paul Britt, RKC is offline Senior Member
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    we have some room in the seminar, so come on up. Rockwall is not that far from Sugarland. Jon always teaches incredible workshops and it is worth the trip.

    Rumor also has it that there will be a Brazilian steakhouse visit at the end of the day...

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    Another FS Question: Will the FS Book (not e-book) be available shortly? I want to do the SJ and FS together for my mobility work. I did a search and was not successful in finding out..Dennis

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    Jon Engum RKC is offline Senior Member
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    I am told the book will be here on Dec 7th.

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    GunnyHighway is offline Senior Member
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    Just a follow up. I've been doing the movements I mentioned above, and have increased range of motion pretty significantly while eliminating just about all the pain. I still get some "grinding" in my shoulders but it has lessened it's no longer painful. Haven't started the "escape" series as yet.

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    Great to hear Gunny!!!

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