DMT – option of adding exercises

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DMT - option of adding exercises

Now DMT has only 3 exercises which does not cover the whole body if you don’t have specific areas to work on.
Having the option of choosing how long your DMT takes or how many exercises you want would be an improvement.

Under Review Nathalie shared this idea

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Coach E Reply

Never thought of that one… good idea Nathalie! Let’s see what the people say… 😉

Drkitty Reply

Right now I’m working on some injuries with Precision Movement and adding in targeted subroutines to the DMTs on ROM Coach, but I have hopes of using this program indefinitely as a way of staying agile and strong through the years (60 now). I think Nathalie’s idea is excellent. I’d love to have the option of getting a 30 minute (or however long) Coach E program to add to my aerobics and sports activities 3 or 4 times a week. The routines in the library work okay for this, but you’d have to switch them up all the time to make a whole body program.

Drkitty Reply

Hmm. I thought I added a comment here already. Will try again…I think Natalie has a great idea there. Once I’ve resolved a few pesky injuries with Precision Movement programs, I’m hoping to use ROM Coach as part of my regular workouts going forward. I’m 60 years old and it’s become obvious that the battle to stay limber and strong gets harder all the time. Repetitive cardio and weight workouts aren’t enough and even yoga has limitations. So it would be amazing to be able to schedule a 30-minute (or however long) DMT session every day to add to the mix. Making your own by adding different routines doesn’t offer the same ease of use or cover so many different muscles.

    Nathalie Reply

    @Drkitty

    As an Ashtanga yoga teacher, I cannot agree more. The yoga postures work wonders until you run into your hardwired dysfunctional movement patterns. A good teacher can address a lot of those, but I find the Precision Movement approach more fool proof.

    Adding your own routines, is just too much hassle and not random. I love the random daily exercises to keep up with what I’ve learned in Shoulder Flex, Scap Control and Upper Limb.

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Coach E

Never thought of that one… good idea Nathalie! Let’s see what the people say… 😉

Drkitty

Right now I’m working on some injuries with Precision Movement and adding in targeted subroutines to the DMTs on ROM Coach, but I have hopes of using this program indefinitely as a way of staying agile and strong through the years (60 now). I think Nathalie’s idea is excellent. I’d love to have the option of getting a 30 minute (or however long) Coach E program to add to my aerobics and sports activities 3 or 4 times a week. The routines in the library work okay for this, but you’d have to switch them up all the time to make a whole body program.

Drkitty

Hmm. I thought I added a comment here already. Will try again…I think Natalie has a great idea there. Once I’ve resolved a few pesky injuries with Precision Movement programs, I’m hoping to use ROM Coach as part of my regular workouts going forward. I’m 60 years old and it’s become obvious that the battle to stay limber and strong gets harder all the time. Repetitive cardio and weight workouts aren’t enough and even yoga has limitations. So it would be amazing to be able to schedule a 30-minute (or however long) DMT session every day to add to the mix. Making your own by adding different routines doesn’t offer the same ease of use or cover so many different muscles.

    Nathalie

    @Drkitty

    As an Ashtanga yoga teacher, I cannot agree more. The yoga postures work wonders until you run into your hardwired dysfunctional movement patterns. A good teacher can address a lot of those, but I find the Precision Movement approach more fool proof.

    Adding your own routines, is just too much hassle and not random. I love the random daily exercises to keep up with what I’ve learned in Shoulder Flex, Scap Control and Upper Limb.

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