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AdviceTraining
December 28, 2018

New year goals in contortion training

Goal setting is key when you're wanting to progress in an achievable way. I talk about goal setting in a previous post. In this post we're going to look at good methods of figuring out what your next goals should be. Rewind to the beginning of the year What were…
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AdviceTraining
December 2, 2018

Learn contortion as an adult

For many wanting to learn contortion it may seem like it is only accessible to those who are still in youth, or naturally flexible. Fortunately this is not the case. Starting contortion training when you're younger has obvious benefits, but this shouldn't discourage from wanting to start. When starting contortion…
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AdviceTraining
April 17, 2017

Goal setting in your contortion training

Many beginner contortionists start flexibility training with the intention of a final pose, or trick in mind. This is good as it provides your training with purpose and keeps you motivated. It's easy to get demoralised when you don't see any progress and you're falling short of the expectations you have…
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AdviceTraining
April 17, 2017

5 mistakes a beginner contortionist makes

Many of the people starting out in flexibility and their journey to be a contortionist seem to suffer from a selection of similar issues. It's easy to get your head into all of the stuff that looks cool and impressive – it isn’t a competition, when ultimately if you don’t…
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AdviceTraining
April 17, 2017

Three helpful tools for training contortion by yourself

There is no real replacement to contortion training with a experienced or qualified coach. Fact. Unfortunately coaches are spread pretty thin across the globe. This means most of us train in solitude. This makes it hard to self-assess your form and your progress which can make flexibility training feel like you’re…
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