Pilates anatomy by rael isacowitz and karen clippinger is an exceptionally well mapped journey into the muscular anatomy and kinesiology of pilates exercises a must have anatomy book for any serious student of pilates pilates anatomy will surely appeal to anyone interested in how muscle groups work together in exercise. This is pilates as youve never seen it before with detailed descriptions step by step instruction and stunning full color anatomical illustrations pilates anatomy takes you inside the exercises and programs that will tone the body stabilize the core improve balance and increase flexibility . Pilates anatomy presents a visual perspective on correct alignment posture and movements it offers an inside look at your workout by providing a customizable approach that includes 213 illustrations with 96 in full color and step by step instructions for 46 of the most effective mat exercises for building a stronger more articulate body. Pilates anatomy correspondence education program 134 15 why is it thought the original pilates emphasized squeezing the gluteal muscles together a because it makes the exercises more challenging b because it modifies the exercise to make it easier c because it relaxes the overworked abdominals
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