Author(s): Jay Blahnik
Improve flexibility, balance, and strength in three steps! Only the "Full-Body Flexibility" system blends the best stretching methods from yoga, Pilates, martial arts, and sports training into stretching sequences for your every need.
In this updated edition, you'll find 175 stretches and 23 routines that will help you take these steps:
- "Strengthen" muscles to support your body and maximize your entire range of motion.
- "Enhance" flexibility by challenging your muscles with multiple techniques.
- "Balance" muscles in opposing muscle groups on both sides of your body.
Use the book's step-by-step instruction and detailed full-color photo sequences to enhance your body's natural movement, reduce muscular tension, strengthen joints, improve posture, and take your athletic performance to new heights.
Whether you're seeking to improve overall fitness or simply searching for a more effective way to stretch, "Full-Body Flexibility" is your guide for staying active, healthy, pain free, and injury free.
Jay Blahnik is recognized as one of the premier fitness professionals in the industry and has over 25 years of teaching and training experience. As a fitness educator and keynote speaker, he has traveled to over 30 countries and is known for his insightful viewpoints on engaging and motivating consumers.Jay was chosen by Shape magazine as one of the top fitness instructors in the world, and Men's Health listed him as having one of the top 10 workouts of all time. He is the youngest person ever to receive both the IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year Award and IDEA's Fitness Industry Icons and Innovators title. He was also chosen as Can-Fit-Pro's International Presenter of the Year in 2005. He has starred in over 30 award-winning exercise videos and has designed, created, and choreographed some of the best-selling exercise videos of all time for other fitness professionals and celebrities. Jay has been featured as a fitness expert in over 200 magazines across the globe, and his weekly and monthly fitness columns in the Los Angeles Times and on MSNBC.com are read by millions of people each year. He has served as an editorial advisory board member for the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and is the group exercise spokesperson for IDEA Health and Fitness Association. Jay is a consultant and program developer for Nike, Nautilus, Bowflex, Schwinn, Stairmaster, BOSU, and Indo-Row. He resides in Laguna Beach, California.