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How the TB12 Method Can Help You Achieve Peak Performance at Any Age

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  • The TB12 Method, named after NFL quarterback Tom Brady, focuses on pliability training — deep force muscle work that lengthens and softens muscles at the same time those muscles are rhythmically contracted and relaxed
  • Pliability is different from flexibility. Flexibility can result from loose ligaments, whereas pliability relates to how your brain connects to your body. It involves a neurological component in which the muscle-brain connection is reeducated and rewired
  • As you get into your 50s and 60s, you typically lose about 50 percent of your pliability. The TB12 pliability program can help reverse some of that loss, and allows you to sustain peak performance well into old age
  • Workouts in the TB12 Method are primarily resistance band-based, since this allows you to activate both accelerating and decelerating muscle groups at the exact same time, which you cannot do with weights
  • Many professional athletes are benefiting from the use of clothing, bedding and wraps with embedded bioceramic powder or far-infrared LEDs

By Dr. Mercola

In this interview, Alex Guerrero, cofounder of TB12 and personal body coach for Tom Brady — one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history — shares the natural and holistic program he developed with Brady, called the TB12 Method. Tom was told at one point that surgery for one of his injuries was unavoidable. This training method was said to have helped resolve his injury and return to the field, without surgery. 


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