Broadway Dance Center: Active Isolated Flexibility and Stretching For Dancers (2006)
English | DVDRip | mp4 | 512 x 340 | 29.97 fps | avc 538 kbps | AAC 80 Kbps | 474MB
Genre: Video Training
Active-Isolated Flexibility is a technique of stretching in which we pinpoint, isolate and stretch each individual muscle used to perform to your highest potential. Join internationally renowned director, choreographer and master teacher, Michèle Assaf, as she takes you through a series of stretches that will reduce your workload by removing tightness so you can swing your limbs more freely. These stretches transport oxygen to sore muscles and quickly remove toxins from muscles, so recovery is faster. A.I. Flexibility works as a deep massage technique as it activates muscle fibers during stretching.
Jim Wharton, an exercise physiologist know as "the mechanic" for his ability to fine-tune athletes, and his son, Phil Wharton, a sports therapist and competitive long-distance runner, are president and vice-president of Wharton Performance, Inc. in New York City. The Whartons' have trained and rehabilitated athletic luminaries from professional football players to dancers on the Broadway stage, track and field stars, and Olympic gold medalists. Their revolutionary Active-Isolated Flexibility are practiced in fitness centers all over the world.
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