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We need a way to simplify our stretching habits. Stretch Therapy: A Comprehensive Guide to Individual and Assisted Stretching does that for you. Unlike most stretching books, Stretch Therapy covers stretching on your own as well as with a partner. The text combined with photos illustrates the stretches in every way possible to make it more accessible to every person.
Maintaining good flexibility helps you avoid injuries, recover faster from musculo-skeletal problems, improves your range of motion, and simply helps you feel better every day.
The course taught in Stuart McRobert’s New Brawn Series, Book 1 may be the #1 muscle-building routine for drug-free bodybuilders. This book provides the most complete, up-to-date and useful guidance ever published on this fabulous bodybuilding routine. It includes the routine s background, the modernization of it, the essential foundation phase, the special training schedules, how to train (including exercise technique in great detail), recuperation (including nutrition), and two inspiring illustrations of how to put the course into practice.
The Concise Book of Acupoints is aimed at acupuncture students and novice practitioners as well as physical therapists and general bodywork therapists who want to utilize the use of these points within their own practices of reflexology, shiatsu, tui na, acupressure and many other bodywork therapies. This highly illustrated book describes the most used and popular acupuncture points on the body that may be used with needle, pressure, or moxa.
The Fascial Network explains the function of the body’s connective tissue by offering insight into its formation, physiology, and anatomy. This resource includes exercises for fitness as well as for recreational and competitive sports. With fully illustrated examples for practical implementation, it also serves as a training aid for instructors and physical therapists.
Knowledge about a common ailment, which system of the body is involved, whether it’s chronic or acute, caused by infection, trauma or something else, provides the therapist with vital information, as does knowledge about frequently used medications and their effect on the body. Equipped with this information, the therapist can then make informed decisions about how to adapt a treatment to meet the needs of each client.