The Anatomy of Stretching, Second Edition

The Anatomy of Stretching, Second Edition

Your Illustrated Guide to Flexibility and Injury Rehabilitation

Author: Brad Walker

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An updated edition of the best-selling guide on the science of effective stretching—with detailed anatomical illustrations and guidance on proper form, sports injury recovery, and more
The multiple stresses of contemporary life—whether from excessive sports play, overwork, or overuse of technology—are increasingly taking a toll on the body. Symptoms range from muscle soreness and pain to pinched nerves to potentially more permanent disabilities, including serious body injuries. One safe, quickly productive way to address the problem is through a simple therapy that can be done anywhere, anytime, and without special equipment: stretching. This new edition of Brad Walker’s best-selling book on the subject presents 135 unique stretching exercises designed to help repair the body and make it more flexible, fit, and relaxed.
Organized by body part, The Anatomy of Stretching presents stretching exercises in a uniform style accompanied by full-color anatomical illustrations. Equally useful for fitness fans, pro or amateur athletes, coaches and personal trainers, and healthcare practitioners, this new edition contains:
• Step-by-step instructions for 20 new stretches
• An expanded physiology and anatomy information
• A revised numbering system that makes the stretches easier to reference
• An expanded appendix with more resources on stretches for athletes and sports injuries
Also featuring detailed descriptions of important principles of anatomy and physiology, The Anatomy of Stretching, Second Edition is the ultimate guide to improving flexibility, increasing strength, and relieving pain through stretching.

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ebook, paperback

Release Date: 2011-10-04
Paperback 9781583943717
Ebook 9781583947302

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