Dance Anatomy (Sports Anatomy) by Jacqui Haas

By Jacqui Haas

strong, expressive, and compelling! you can now see what it takes to be a much better, extra based dancer. that includes over two hundred full-color illustrations, Dance Anatomy visually depicts the original courting among muscle improvement and aesthetic circulate as by no means before.

Dance Anatomy positive aspects eighty two of the simplest dance, move, and function workouts, every one designed to advertise excellent alignment, more advantageous placement, right respiring, and prevention of universal accidents. In beautiful element, the accompanying representation captures the dancer in movement and highlights the energetic muscle tissues linked to each one movement.

You’ll how one can regulate routines to focus on particular components to reinforce flexibility and decrease muscle rigidity. You’ll additionally learn how to positioned all of it jointly to customize a software in keeping with your kind of dance, point of workmanship, and person wishes and goals.

Whether you search to optimize functionality, upload a brand new stream on your repertoire, or reduce muscle fatigue, pressure, and damage, Dance Anatomy is your excellent partner.

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