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  • Title: The Anatomy of Stretching, Second Edition: Your Illustrated Guide to Flexibility and Injury Rehabilitation by Brad Walker (2011-10-04)
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    1. Superdaim on said:

      Il est excellent, bien illustr , tres complet.Explications bien faites et facilement compr hensible.Je conseille fortement pour ceux qui ont besoin de self stretching sans coach

    2. Robert C. Toothman on said:

      This book is overall very helpful There are 135 color coded stretches categorized by muscle group s The first chapter is information of anatomy of muscles and kinesiology The second chapter has information on different types of stretching techniques and workout structure The remaining chapters go on to describe all of the stretches with pictures, description of techniques, muscles stretched, sports and injuries the stretches may be helpful for and references to complementary stretches It ends wi [...]

    3. Stella on said:

      This book is absolutely wonderful and a great addition for every Massage Therapist like myself or anyone who is interested in how stretching works, how it affects the muscles, which muscles get affected by what kind of stretch and where exactly those muscles are in the body part Wonderful section in the end of the book about different sports injury and the best corresponding stretches to help relieve symptoms and tight muscles.Stretching is the absolute most important thing everyone needs to do, [...]

    4. annD on said:

      I ordered some of the sports related Anatomy books from Human Kinetics and this book Though this book costs , it is well worth it Great for the artist, sculptor, physical therapist, massage therapist, nurse, doctor, athletes of every level or even the office worker with some aches and pains who wants to work intelligently with their health professional Each exercise shows well drawn featured muscles that are being stretched in color which contrasts nicely with the adjacent muscles drawn in black [...]

    5. Anne Mills on said:

      This is an extraordinarily useful guide to which muscles are engaged in which stretches Given the excellent drawings, it is also an excellent guide to how to do each stretch if you know what muscles are involved it is far easier to determine where effort should be, and where resistance should be felt I would like a bit structure and ordering if, for example, you are doing calf stretches, are there differences in effects What would a program a six leg stretches look like And so on and so forth S [...]

    6. quantum_racer on said:

      needing some brushing up on stretching techniques I purchased this looking for something that would provide explicit instructions on stretches for both upper and lower body It fit the bill 100% The diagrams and explanations in the chapters covering different regions of the body were excellent A good general introduction to stretching and physiology opens the book up While I was not interested in the cellular makeup of muscles, it is there if you need or want it.Very well written and illustrated. [...]

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