This course teaches how to perform 31 muscle tests which are commonly found chronically weak in adults on one or both sides of the body!
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This Targeted Muscle Testing book and companion video teach how to perform 31 specific muscle tests. This is an educational program only. Targeted Muscle Testing does not diagnose or treat disease, injuries, or ailments. This course does not provide anyone with a certificate or license to practice or teach any healing art.
If the Client being muscle tested is significantly stronger than the tester, a weak muscle may falsely test strong. Remedies for this situation are: (1) Workout with a physical trainer and become significantly stronger. (2) Refer clients who are significantly stronger than you to a Targeted Muscle Testing colleague who can match the client’s strength.
Quick Self Fixes which are Master Fixes (see page 9 in the Quick Self Fixes Book) make seemingly unrelated muscles instantly strong! Therefore when studying this Targeted Muscle Testing course, only perform Master Fixes at the end course or you will not find any weak muscles to make strong.
Targeted Muscle Testing are activities which are best learned in person, or alternatively from video. Static photos do not completely represent movement, however they do serve as useful, portable reminders. Therefore, this book is designed to remind you of the techniques you have studied on the Targeted Muscle Testing video and/or in class.
Quick Self Fixes is a self treatment program that instantly strengthens weak muscles and keeps them strong using specific connective tissue stretches and joint motions. Quick Self Fixes was developed by Cassius Camden Clay, D.C. If Quick Self Fixes do not make a weak muscle strong, the persisting weakness may be caused by pain, injury, inflammatory swelling, disc herniation, arthritis, toxins, neurological disorders, allergies, nutritional deficiencies, and/or other conditions which may prevent a weak muscle from becoming instantly strong. If a weak muscle does not become strong, refer the person to a Chiropractor who specializes in Applied Kinesiology or to their Medical Doctor.