The Modern Art and Science of MobilityDe (autor) Aurelien Broussal-Derval, Stephane Ganneau
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 31 Jul 2019
Live pain free and maximize your training potential
The Modern Art and Science of Mobility is a striking visual guide to releasing muscle tension and activating muscles for functional motion. It goes beyond traditional training methods that focus on performance and aesthetics and asks these simple questions:
- Are you truly reaping the full benefits of training if it does not include mobility exercises?
- Why are the vast majority of people, even the most athletic individuals, unable to perform basic motor tasks without pain or difficulty?
- Why are physically active people still dealing with lack of mobility and chronic injury?
Whether you are a casual exerciser or an elite athlete, you will learn how to preserve and maintain your body with over 300 exercises designed to improve mobility, facilitate recovery, reduce pain, and activate muscles. Utilize the self-tests to assess your current level of mobility, and then choose from over 50 prescriptive training routines that can be used as is or customized to target specific functional chains. You'll find exercise recommendations based on body region, activity, and primary goal, and you'll learn to incorporate a variety of techniques and popular equipment, including resistance bands, foam rollers, massage balls, and stability balls.
The Modern Art and Science of Mobility provides a stunning visual presentation with over 1,200 photos and 100 original illustrations by St phane Ganneau. His illustrations highlight the muscles with precision, and his avant-garde style and the harmony of colors give this book a unique graphic signature.
Mobility is the foundation for training your best and feeling your best. The Modern Art and Science of Mobility will help you do just that by helping you to alleviate pain, improve posture, and release muscle tension for a more comfortable and enjoyable quality of life.
Dimensiuni: 196 x 253 x 25 mm
Greutate: 1.07 kg
Editura: HUMAN KINETICS