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How it feels to follow the principals of "Dynamic-Tension®"
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Henry Marczak
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Post by Henry Marczak » Thu Mar 20, 2008 5:20 pm

After getting the FREE booklet (1970 UK), I ordered the Charles Atlas system. I wasn't very discipline as a teenager and the course was left in a rooming house drawer just before emigrating to Canada in 1972. 1979 I studied Tai Chi Chuan and this got me disciplined to train everyday, but it wasn't till 2000 watching the A&E Charles Atlas Biography that I became dialed in to the Dynamic Tension system. I use the Dynamic tension methods all the time now.

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Post by rigo49 » Sun Jun 08, 2008 4:59 pm

In 1972 my cousin lent me the first few Charles Atlas lessons printed circa 1952 and I began to apply myself to the DT's instructions. After a month or so I noticed body strength and I 've also gained some weight. I was very skinny back then. The most significant thing was that my flat chest began to take shape and gain muscle... The rest was history...

In 1999 I discovered this web site through a forum and purchased the course and after a few weeks I noticed rapid improvement in my body and health. Since then I have tried to stick to the daily routine.

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Post by Henry Marczak » Thu Jun 19, 2008 7:25 pm

I've started to practice push ups on my fists and on hard floor, mostly because of my martial art training.

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Post by rigo49 » Sun Jul 06, 2008 9:30 pm

I practiced some judo, karate but my heart is on Aikido and Charles Atlas Dynamic Tension techniques. It offers a nice balance to martial arts.

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Post by SPEARHEAD » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:50 am

I saw the Charles Atlas ads in the comic books. I got tired of being pushed around by the bullies at school, and in the neighborhood. I got tired of being a wash out in sports. I got tired of the girls calling me "little boy." So I took up lifting weights for about a year. Weights improved my strength, vascularity, and definition, but they did not increase the size of my muscles. So I sent off for the Charles Atlas course. It did for me what weights did and what weights failed to do, and faster.

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