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Postby Jan_ » Jul 20, 2005 12:41

Hello Thomas Kurz,

I started my rehab right after the ACL reconstruction with a great progress and success. My doctor and therapist are satisfied to see my healing. My therapist and I often talk about martial arts and rehab applications. He has no experience in martial arts but he is very interested in. I gave him your book ´Stretching Scientifically`to read and he now intergrated some exercises in his rehabplan...and his patients feel better afterwards.
Now, we look for the keypoint where I am able to restart my martial arts training in a couple of month.
How should I start? Which exercises are usefull and simple enough?
What can you recommend?
For now and the next few weeks I practice the regular exercises like bike-spinning, massages, light weightlifting, aqua-training etc. which helps a lot...

Thanks for your nice internetforum which gives me many advices.

All the best

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Postby Thomas Kurz » Jul 21, 2005 12:52

Ask your therapist about including in your rehab such exercises as standing and moving in increasingly lower stances, and practicing low kicks--eventually while moving in low stances.
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