碌 Format Kindle Download [ No-Risk Abs ] For Free 靖 By BLANDINE CALAIS GERMAIN וּ 碌 Format Kindle Download [ No-Risk Abs ] For Free 靖 By BLANDINE CALAIS GERMAIN וּ Part Two Abdominal Exercises and a Flat Belly Why Work the Abs Abdominal Exercises and a Flat Belly Flat Belly and Protruding Belly Users Guide to a Flat Belly A Flat Belly and Abdominal Strength Users Guide to a Flat Belly Alternate Stretching and Contracting of the Abdominals Alternate the Contraction of the Broad Muscles Alternate the Contraction of the Broad Muscles and the Rectus Abdominus Coordinate the Contraction of the Abdominals with One Another Coordinate the Contraction of the Abdominals with the Breath Alternate Stretching and Contracting of the Abdominals When we alternate the stretch and contraction of the muscles, the contractile fibers of the muscle change in shape and volume this movement of the tissue promotes blood circulation to the belly of the muscle The recommended exercises in part 4 of this book often alternate stretching and contracting of the abdominal muscles Alternate the Contraction of the Broad Muscles The broad muscles are superimposed and crossed like a latticework They form three layers that adhere a bit to each other by way of their envelopes their fascia When one of the obliques contracts preferentially in an exercise, it draws all three layers of muscle along with it in the direction of its contraction This changes the form of the other two muscles whose fibers dont run in the same direction They are massaged a little like a towel being twisted If on the next contraction, we focus on another oblique, the same phenomenon occurs, and the whole three layers move in another direction The exercises recommended in part 4 of this book often alternate the contraction of the broad muscles Alternate the Contraction of the Broad Muscles and the Rectus Abdominus The broad muscles pull the anterior aponeurosis fascial extension of the broad muscles across the front of the belly to the outside putting it under lateral tension The rectus abdominus, itself, when contracted, shortens from top to bottom along the length of the belly It pulls the anterior aponeurosis in the same direction as its fibers Chapter Sixteen No Risk Abs Exercises Alternately Stretch and Contract the Abdominals 1 Stretching the Rectus Abdominus 2 Contracting the Rectus Abdominus 3 Stretching the Internal Obliques 4 Contracting the Internal Obliques 5 Stretching the External Obliques 6 Contracting the External Obliques Contract the Abdominals and the Glutes 7 Using Arm Movement to Contract the Obliques 8 Using Leg Movement to Contract the Obliques 9 Using Leg and Arm Movement to Contract the Obliques Coordinate All of the Abdominals 10 The Little Airplane The Drawback Lunge 11 Stretching the Rectus Abdominus with the Drawback Lunge 12 Contracting the Rectus Abdominus with the Drawback Lunge The Turning Lunge 13 Stretching the Obliques with the Turning Lunge 14 Contracting the Obliques with the Turning Lunge The Side Lunge 15 Stretching the Obliques with the Side Lunge 16 Contracting the Obliques with the Side Lunge Alternately Stretch and Contract the Abdominals Exercise 3 Stretching the Internal Obliques Stretching the Upper Region of the Right Internal Oblique Cross Lift 1 Lie down on your back, the arms at your sides, and legs extended on the floor 2 Bring the right arm across the chest and reach it on a diagonal to the upper left side of the body 3 Feel how this stretches the top portion of the right internal oblique 4 Return to the starting position 5 Make the same movement on an inhalation into the ribs 6 Return to the starting position Fix the Lower Part of the Right Internal Oblique to Stretch the Entire Muscle Cross Turn 1 Open the right leg on a diagonal along the floor externally rotate the leg from the hip 2 Feel how this slightly turns the pelvis to the same side Just let it turn 3 Keep your right leg in this position as you repeat the preceding exercise, bringing your right arm across the chest and reaching it on a diagonal to the upper left side of the body 4 Feel how the rotation of the trunk now stretches the entire right internal oblique 5 Return to the starting position 6 Make the same movement on an inhalation into the ribs 7 Return to the starting position Repeat the Same Series on the Left Side 1 Bring the left arm across the chest and reach it on a diagonal to the upper right side of the body Then return to the starting position 2 Make the same movement on an inhalation into the ribs and return to the starting position 3 Open the left leg on a diagonal along the floor, externally rotate the leg from the hip 4 Keep your left leg in this position as you repeat the preceding exercise, bringing your left arm across the chest and reaching it on a diagonal to the upper right side of the body Then return to the starting position 5 Make the same movement on an inhalation into the ribs and return to the starting position Then you can alternate, doing the Cross Turn part of exercise 3 on one side and then on the other to alternate stretching and contracting the two internal obliques.No Risk Abs answers crucial questions about the safety of abdominal exercises and presents a unique system for stretching and strengthening abdominal muscles without stress to the low back, pelvic floor, and neck Colleen Craig, author of Pilates on the Ball No Risk Abs is indispensable reading for movement and fitness educators Calais Germains careful exposition of the anatomical logic that grounds her abdominal regimen will eliminate harm caused by the misinformation and cultural confusion surrounding this region of our bodies Her approach beautifully contributes to holistic body organization Mary Bond, author of The New Rules of Posture and Movement Faculty Chair at The Rolf Institute This book is especially valuable for those who work with the elderly or who are returning to exercise after an absence It would be very hard to go wrong with these moves Publishers Weekly, June 2011 The focus on how to avoid injury while exercising is specific and black and white illustrations throughout provide specific instruction assuring clarity Any library strong in exercise programs will appreciate this very specific, clear title Midwest Book Review, August 2011 This book is as powerful as any exercise machine, filled with solid guidelines for a holistic approach to achieving a strong and healthy body Vicky Thompson, New Connexion, September 2011 Read this book especially if you are a teacher or client with back issuesThis is a brilliant book that finally addresses the poor training of abs and the possible effects of this training Lesley Powell, Movements Afoot ExRx Modified ACSM Risk Classification Calculator Coronary Artery Disease Factors The following risk factors should not be viewed as all inclusive Age Men years Women or premature menopause without estrogen replacement therapy SECTION HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling 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