Classical Stretch by Essentrics Seasons 11-13 DVD NZ
Release Date: Sep. 17th 2021
Video Format: PAL Region 4
Number of Discs: 11
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Having a strong and flexible core is vital to our overall health; it has been shown to help prevent and reduce back pain, improve stability and balance, prevent injuries, and is vital to your posture and overall body shape. Your core muscles act as scaffolding surrounding your midsection; keeping your body upright, protecting your spine, and housing and protecting all of your vital organs. Having a strong and flexible core will help you to look & feel young by improving your posture and muscle tone while stabilizing and powering your movements ¡§C making it easier to do any physical activity safely and efficiently. In just 23 minutes a day, you?¡¥ll build a healthy range of motion and strength in your core, arms, shoulders, neck, hips, and legs! Where can I buy Classical Stretch seasons 11-13 on DVD?
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Miranda Esmonde-White (born May 9, 1949) is a Canadian fitness trainer, former ballerina with the National Ballet of Canada, and The New York Times bestselling author of books on aging, health and fitness. She created the dynamic stretching and strengthening workout, Essentrics, and the long-running PBS fitness TV show, Classical Stretch, based on Essentrics. Her study of the benefits of eccentric stretch training has also been the basis of the pledge documentaries Aging Backwards and Forever Painless airing on PBS public television. A self-described army brat born in Edmonton to Lt.-Col. Laurence Esmonde-White, she moved with her family to Calgary, and eventually to Montreal. Her mother, Anstace Esmonde-White, and father Larry were the hosts of From A Country Garden, a public television series produced by WPBS-TV that ran on PBS for seventeen years beginning in 1986.
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Esmonde-White combined her own movements and elements of ballet, tai chi, and physiotherapy. Classical Stretch was designed to relieve pain, increase athletes’ speed, and lengthen the muscles of the full body. The technique is continuous movement, usually standing. Barre work can be done using a chair or counter top. Floor work requires a yoga mat and optionally a resistance band and/or a yoga block. Esmonde-White’s technique includes no weight-bearing exercises that can stress the wrist like yoga. Her movements are easy to do, unlike Pilates where people try for technically correct moves. She realized that her technique emphasized essentric movement, something that was known to sports medicine but had been sometimes considered wasted effort. It took a while for the idea of strengthening the muscular system by lengthening muscles to catch on in fitness circles, but eventually she prevailed, asking her students to exercise for about 22 minutes every day.
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