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Jan022010

A Tutorial On How To Use The Indo Original Flo GF

Here is a video I posted on our other website that is meant to explain how to use the Indo Original Flo GF for balance training, posture, and core stability.  I wasn't going to post it here, but it is VERY applicable to Stand Up Paddle Surf training.  I have been using this Indo Original Flo GF with my clients and I'm finding that it is so valuable to use on One Foot!  Training one foot at a time is a great way to break your balance down to into finer segments and target one leg at a time.  If one leg is stronger (which usually is the case) then you can target that leg more to build up your weak links.  Enjoy!

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    This tutorial is very neatly presented and very well explained by the video. I like the video it good and can understand the use of flo-gf. The exercise with that flo-gf will really help us to have good hips and lunge this will help these two body parts while doing work ...

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How about posting the video again. The current one does not play weel at all.

February 23, 2010 | Unregistered Commentergr

it's probably you connection since it is in HD. Try to push play, then pause the video while it loads.

February 23, 2010 | Registered CommenterJon Ham

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