Friday, November 21, 2014

Ballet Turnout

Ballet Turn Out  or Lateral Hip Rotation is the flexibility requirement in the internal rotator of the hip. First Position through Fifth Position as well as countless other dance techniques acquire
grace with the ability to comfortably turn out the hip.

Beside dancers other athletes and performers such a martial artists, figure skaters, soccer and football players and gymnasts rely on the hip turn out for  beautiful as well as powerful techniques.

To get a good lateral rotation, all the medial rotators need to be lengthening. Human body is designed with strong internal hip rotation. For this reason most people find each degree of turn out progress rather painful and unpleasant.

​Kinesiological Stetching techniques take each of those muscles apart and target their soft spots. By working several actions of each muscles and isolating it, Kinesiological Stretching techniques quickly make progress. Deep range of motion and strengthening techniques allow the progress to last and the new-deeper range of motion to be accepted as the comfortable and normal.

​The routine is designed to safely effective increase the turnout using proprietary kinesiological stretching techniques, combined with specific strength memory techniques for comfortable 180 turnout. Start training with your turnout program today and take your skills to the new level. 

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Back Bridge Gymnastics Bridge Back Flexibility

Full Bridge is a strength/flexibility powerhouse. It requires flexibility in the shoulder joint, shoulder girdle, extension of the back, as well as extension of the hips. This total body exercise has many names from Upward Bow to Wheel Pose to Full Bridge. In yoga it's known to give energy, help with osteoporosis, and stimulate a variety of glands and organs. Outside of yoga this exercise is very useful in gymnastics, acrobatics, various martial arts styles, wrestling, dance, etc.

A standard way of mastering this exercise is attempt it from scratch with coach or partner lifting the athlete by the hip or worst by the lower back. This often work for young children, who have the flexibility and need just a little adjustment. Teens and up need a good preparatory work on each body section separately. We recommend taking a look at back extension flexibility, wrist flexibility and overhead shoulder flexibility first. If all of those are already up to par or better, than you can start on Bridge Program.

​This program take apart each joint and then each muscle articulating in each joint. Than each tissue is worked individually with kinesiological stretching techniques to avoid the painful stretch reflex, while quickly lengthening the muscles, culminating in a beautiful Back Bridge.
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