Functional Exercise Progressions

^ Read * Functional Exercise Progressions by Mary Yoke, Carol Kennedy ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Functional Exercise Progressions Functional Exercise W. Renslow This book was easy to understand. The pictures show exactly how to do each exercise with each level of ability. It was both technical and functional in relaying how each exercise would benefit your body. I especially appreciated the different levels showing how to exercise a muscle group without using weight machines.. Functional Exercise Progressions Hannah I am incredibly pleased with this book. The condition it was in was fantastic, and it is a valuable resource

Functional Exercise Progressions

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Rating : 4.62 (687 Votes)
Asin : 1585189987
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 126 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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In that role, her extensive list of responsibilities includes the education and training of the staff in the areas of group exercise, strength and conditioning, fitness assessment, and personal training. Carol Kennedy, M.S., is the Fitness/Wellness Program Director in the Division of Recreational Sports at Indiana University. She is an Adjunct professor at Adelphi University in New York, teaches six classes a week at a small studio in CT, travels nationally and internationally

Functional Exercise W. Renslow This book was easy to understand. The pictures show exactly how to do each exercise with each level of ability. It was both technical and functional in relaying how each exercise would benefit your body. I especially appreciated the different levels showing how to exercise a muscle group without using weight machines.. Functional Exercise Progressions Hannah I am incredibly pleased with this book. The condition it was in was fantastic, and it is a valuable resource.

The book also comes with an easy-to-use CD ROM containing images and descriptions of all of the progressions and exercises from the book. Trainers can display the images on a computer to help their clients better visualize the optimal movements, and then specific exercises and images can be printed and given to clients. As many as 23 different exercises are provided for each muscle group, arranged according to the level of difficulty, progressing from easiest to most difficult to perform. This large-format guide includes over 250 different exercises with dozens of clear photographs and detailed exerc

. In that role, her extensive list of responsibilities includes the education and training of the staff in the areas of group exercise, strength and conditioning, fitness assessment, and personal training. She is actively involved professionally in ACSM, IDEA, and ACE. She is serving a six-year term for ACSM on the Committee for Education and Certification. Carol Kennedy, M.S., is the Fitness/Wellness Program Director in the Division of Recreational Sports at Indiana University. She is an Adjunct professor at Adelphi University in New York, teaches six classes a week at a small studio in CT, travels nationally and internationally training fit

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