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Over one hundred pages of exercises are contained in this comprehensive manual designed specifically for Pilate's instructors to enhance their teachings. Joseph Pilate's original 34 exercises are contained in the manual along with a whole host of others. The manual is split into sections as follows: stretches, abdominal exercises, upper body exercises, back exercises, leg and butt exercises to make it easy for you to access when devising lesson plans and programmes. Also included are exercises to improve scapula stability. Beginners, intermediate and advanced options are shown where appropriate in the form of adaptations and progressions. Each exercise is broken down as follows: aim, starting position, action, target muscles, watchpoints and contra-indications along with suitable modifications. Step by step photographic sequences make it easy to follow. The manual is spiral bound to make it easily accessible when teaching. "The Instruction Series" are comprehensive guides for fitness professionals and enthusiasts alike. The aim is for individuals to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the exercises so that they can impart their skills in a confident and distinctive manner.Biografía del autor:
Emma Newham has been in the fitness industry since 1995 and has taken her teaching to various countries around the world. Emma also teaches yoga and Gyrotonic and likes to draw on different methods of body movement. Based in the UK, Emma has produced Pilates DVD's and instruction manuals to support her Pilates teacher training courses. She runs the successful MyBody Studios, a busy Pilates studio in Northern England. For more information.
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