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LESSON 3: Muscle function

19 July 2011 8 Comments

Understand muscle function!

Learn the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic muscles. Discover Dr. Ida Rolf and her amazing understanding of muscles. Connect with one of her students. One of her best students was Miraa Neill of Gainesville, Florida.

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  • lee said:

    Very informative and good at explaining things

  • Osmani Rivas said:

    You speak very clear and easy to understand, this is my biggest difficulty.
    Thank you .

  • Francisco Lorenzo said:

    Hi, my name is Francisco and I am a viewer of your amazing videos.

    Well, I have just started to watch them I am really thankful for your effort and your pedagogical way to hold them.

    I write to you because I have a question about the name of the German doctor that you mention at the last part of the lesson number 3, about muscle function.

    Could you please write down the name of this doctor, I did not catch his name.

    Thanks in advanced

    Regards,
    Francisco Lorenzo
    A thankful viewer from Sweden, North Europe

  • khaled salah said:

    very helpful .. thank you … you sharing peaceful

  • reza said:

    Hello,
    My name is Reza, I would like to understand muscle function with simple language since my knowledge in medical issues is little, it will be appreciated if you furnish me with some information, thank you.

  • Kiana said:

    Human body you have lot of mysteries… So interesting.

  • Dr/ Stephen said:

    http://willssecrets.com/ this is the correct URL

  • Sharmin/ esthetician said:

    Mr Will, you have helped me sooo much. You are so selfless and rare.I will practice and always be thankful for this knowledge. The main cause of pain is lack of oxygen. Wow! this is great revelation. You are truly a child of God; not just in word but in deed. My desire is to support you and keep connected.

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