160 pages, 9.77 × 7.65 × 0.69 in
May 15, 2012
Thunder Bay Press
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1607103982
ISBN - 13: 9781607103981
From the Publisher
Get healthy without getting hurt! In Anatomy of Stretching, renowned trainer Craig Ramsay shows every exerciser how to get limber and prevent injury.
It doesn't matter if you're a fitness novice or an elite athlete. You should be starting each workout exactly the same way - with a stretching regimen designed to warm up your body and help you achieve a new personal best each time. Without the expertise of a professional trainer and without an expert's understanding of muscle anatomy, it can be hard to know what exercises are best. In Anatomy of Stretching , renowned trainer Craig Ramsay shows every exerciser how to get limber and prevent injury.
* In Anatomy of Stretching , you'll learn when and how to do a tricep stretch and a shoulder stretch, when to avoid toe touches and hamstring stretches, and why it's important to keep your neck relaxed during a hip flexor stretch.
* While taking you through each movement step by step, Anatomy of Stretching also goes beneath the skin to allow you to see just which muscles you are working during each stretch.
* Throughout the book, more than 300 full-color images show every pose and every muscle in detail. A full-size poster is also included.
Get limber - and get the most out of your workout - with Anatomy of Stretching !
About the Author
With over ten years of experience, Craig Ramsay is one of the most sought-after trainers in the business. A trained contortionist, ballet dancer, hockey player, fitness model, and Broadway, TV, and film actor, Craig is respected internationally for his knowledge and experience transforming people's health, bodies, and lives. His clients include some of Hollywood's top celebrities and professional athletes. Craig's personal goal is to reach out to all people willing and needing to change their lives. Craig is currently appearing on the Bravo series Thintervention .