You can find the muscle test of subject 1 in the attachments section.
G.G. was an old athlete who was on the national voleyball team and played football, basketball and tennis along with volleyball. In 2005 he quit playing tennis due to his old age and started E.F.E.E. program. After the program he started playing tennis again and played it until 2012 when he died in a car crash. He continued to play in various tennis tournaments after the program.
In September 2005, when he quit tennis, we see that his overall muscle strength is %49.71. In May 2006, another muscle strength test shows that he increased his overall strength to %71. This muscle strength value is more than 50 year old overall muscle strength average in Turkey.
In summer of 2006, G.G. only did swimming and played tennis. In November 2006, we see that he only lost %1 of his muscle strength.
In January of 2008, affected by the economical crisis in Turkey, we see that G.G.’s muscle strength drops to %57.64. He recently had bought many stock in the market and lost most of his money due to the crisis. He couldn’t continue the program during this time. This also supports my theory about how mental stress affects the body more than physical stress. However, it is important to note that his muscle strength is still above his initial values.
Between 2009 and 2012, although he didn’t continue the program regularly, he increased his strength to %66. From 2005 to 2012, he never had an injury while playing at tournaments and he had the chance to visit many countries.
These results prove that E.F.E.E. program made it possible for G.G., who was 77 years old when he started, to continue with his daily life without any medical problems despite the mental and physical stresses he had to face.
Here you see the muscle strength tests of people over 80 years old and their values over the years working with the program. Among these people, I.E. is an athlete who was involved in many sports and had many medals on national level in athletics.
N.E. is a female who is 94 years old. She started the program 3 months after she was treated in intensive care unit for her hearth problem. M.E. and R.E. share the same fate with her. These 3 people had an increase of %5 in the muscle strength.
N.G.E. has high blood pressure, hearth problems and diabetes. Like younger people, she showed an improvement rate between %5-%20. People with similar problems as her had almost the same results.
C.A. only had her muscle strength test done in our clinic. She didn’t attend the program. She went to a fitness center to work with a special trainer. We can see that her muscle strength had a steady decline over the years and only her abdomen muscles had a slight increase.
These results show that E.F.E.E. program can improve people’s muscle strength no matter what age they are, or what disease they have and traditional fitness exercises like C.A. had aren’t effective as it is.
In these muscle tests you can see the results of identical twins. They had the opportunity to work with the best personal trainers in best fitness centers in Turkey. E. had back pain and disc degenaration, and his twin E. had meniscus. We see that they both had almost the same muscle strength values besides their problematic muscle groups and they improved almost the same after the program. One of the twins is a swimmer in a national degree with many medals in Turkey and Balkans and the other didn’t do much sports. The swimmer twin shows us that swimming doesn’t improve the back muscle groups only his legs and arms.
The same improvement in identical twins example shows us that this program’s mathematical formula is very accurate.
You can find the results of another national swimmers A.A. A.A. had a gold medal in his own age group in Turkey and earned many achievements in other competitions. He wanted to study abroad for college but needed a scholarship to fund his expenses. However he got injured from his shoulder and was forced to quit swimming. He was brought to us by his mother as a last resort of hope. When his tests are examined we see 2 things.
1- Swimming doesn’t increase back muscle strength. A.’s weakes muscle group is his back with
2- His shoulder muscle group is weak like his back. However he won the gold medal with these values because he used his muscles’ maximum capacity. Such usage of muscles caused him to get injured in the process.
After attending the program A. managed to increase his muscle strength and get rid of his injury during the process. He succesfully went on to study in Indiana University. In 2008 he broke the long distance Swimming record in his university.