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📒The Strength Training Anatomy Workout Ii ✍ Frédéric Delavier
✏The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II Book Summary : Provides illustrations, photographs, and step-by-step instructions for exercises and programs for strength, power, bodybuilding, shaping and toning, and sport-specific training.
📒Delavier S Core Training Anatomy ✍ Frédéric Delavier
✏Delavier s Core Training Anatomy Book Summary : Presents a guide to increasing abdominal strength, flexibility, and muscle tone with over one hundred detailed exercise descriptions supplemented with photograph illustrations and anatomical drawings, as well as sixty suggested exercise programs.
📒Delavier S Stretching Anatomy ✍ Frédéric Delavier
✏Delavier s Stretching Anatomy Book Summary : Frédéric Delavier has captivated millions with Strength Training Anatomy. Now readers have access to his exercise expertise and trademark illustrations once again with Delavier's Stretching Anatomy. With 250 full-color photos and 300 detailed illustrations, this guide depicts over 130 exercises to increase flexibility, tone muscles and reduce injury. All body regions are covered and sport-specific stretching routines are included. Original.
📒Delavier S Sculpting Anatomy For Women ✍ Frédéric Delavier
✏Delavier s Sculpting Anatomy for Women Book Summary : Best-selling author Frederic Delavier brings his singular style to active women serious about slimming, toning, and shaping their bodies. "Delavier's Sculpting Anatomy for Women: Core, Butt, and Legs" helps women eliminate love handles and reduce cellulite through more than 75 exercises, 120 full-color photos, and 125 distinctive illustrations.
📒Strength Training ✍ Lee E. Brown
✏Strength Training Book Summary : Add muscle, get stronger, and look fit with "Strength Training." This book combines valuable information and instruction for increasing metabolic rate to burn more calories, improving bone density, and increasing muscle mass while preventing injuries and ensuring proper technique so you can workout safely and effectively and see the results.
📒Anatomy Of Exercise ✍ Pat Manocchia
✏Anatomy of Exercise Book Summary : Anatomy of Exerciseis a unique guide to strength training. It uses stunning 3D colour illustrations to guide the reader through a complete range of strength exercises, each highlighting exactly which muscles are used and how. The book is an ideal resource for everyone interested in exercise - from those new to training who are looking for clear and simple guidance to students and health and fitness professionals looking for a detailed guide to anatomy. The book takes a logical progeression through training: warm up stretching legs back chest shoulders arms abdominals. Every exercise is fully supported with a detailed written description, photograph of the exercise being performed by a leading personal trainer and a 3D illustration to show which muscle groups are being used.
📒The Essential Guide To Fitness ✍ Rosemary Marchese
✏The Essential Guide to Fitness Book Summary : Essential Guide to Fitness for the Fitness Instructor addresses SIS30315 – Certificate III in Fitness. The text is mapped to all core units and 12 electives of the qualification, and contains rich foundation content on Anatomy, Physiology, and Nutrition, as well as Fitness orientation, programming, WHS and equipment. The structure of the text highlights learning outcomes and contains an abundance of application cases, activities and quizzes. Strong content on fitness for specific markets and populations supports the volume of learning for the core unit Recognise and apply exercise considerations for specific populations, including chapters on older populations, a NEW chapter on children and adolescents, community fitness, and facilitating groups. Coverage on gym programs, group exercise, water-based fitness, and endurance training introduces students to the instruction of these varied types of fitness training. Premium online teaching and learning tools are available on the MindTap platform. Learn more about the online tools cengage.com.au/mindtap
📒Exercise For Frail Elders 2nd Edition ✍ Best-Martini, Elizabeth
✏Exercise for Frail Elders 2nd Edition Book Summary : Exercise for Frail Elders, Second Edition, emphasizes balance and features over 150 photos illustrating the design and implementation of a safe and effective exercise program to improve range of motion, strength, and aerobic endurance for frail elders and older adults with special needs.
📒Exercise For Frail Elders ✍ Betsy Best-Martini
✏Exercise for Frail Elders Book Summary : As the older adult population increases, so does the demand for fitness professionals who understand the capabilities and special needs of seniors with illnesses, disabilities, chronic disorders, and sedentary lifestyles. Exercise for Frail Elders, Second Edition, is the only exercise fitness guidebook that focuses on working with frail elders and adults with special conditions. It is an invaluable resource for improving functional fitness, maintaining aspects of independent living, and enhancing quality of life. With Exercise for Frail Elders, Second Edition, readers will gain a deeper understanding of 14 medical conditions common to older adults, how these conditions may affect participants’ ability to perform activities of daily living, and what exercises can help them maintain and increase functional fitness. This book focuses on special needs stemming from conditions including arthritis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, orthopedic issues, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. The updated second edition provides a broader focus on balance, a critical component of any functional fitness program, to aid in designing classes that incorporate various stability exercises. Exercises that provide significant benefits to balance are indicated with a symbol to ensure effective program design. Additional features of this edition include the following: · Learning objectives at the beginning and review questions at the conclusion of each chapter provide a framework for understanding. · Reproducible forms provide readers with easy-to-use appraisals, questionnaires, and exercise logs for evaluating clients. · Checklists and reference charts highlight key areas of concern and consider specific needs when planning functional fitness programs for clients. · Guidelines and safety precautions for special conditions and how they apply to range-of-motion exercises, resistance training, aerobic exercise, and stretching have been updated. · Specific exercise instructions, including variations and progression options, show professionals how to add interest and challenge for participants. · Suggested resources encourage exercise leaders to continue their education. To enhance learning and program development, the text is divided into two parts. Part I covers planning an exercise program for frail elders or adults with special needs, including knowing the needs of class participants, motivating students to exercise, and keeping them safe while participating. It also offers strategies for success, including basic class structure creating a sense of fun and community. Part II covers implementation of a successful program, including course design, warm-up and cool-down, and exercises for range of motion, resistance training, aerobic training, and stretching, with their variations. Over 150 photos illustrate safe and effective execution of the exercises. Exercise for Frail Elders, Second Edition, is an easy-to-follow resource for working with elderly individuals in assisted living and nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities, hospitals, day centers, senior centers, recreation and community centers, and home health care environments. This unique guide has the hands-on information necessary for creating safe and effective exercise programs and understanding medical disorders, safety precautions for specific disorders, and implications for exercise. Readers will learn to design and teach a dynamic fitness program for older adults—and keep it fun, safe, and functional—with Exercise for Frail Elders.
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