Dancing Longer, Dancing Stronger A Dancer’s Guide to Conditioning, Improving Technique, and Preventing Injury 2nd Edition Robin Kish and Jennie Morton Based on the latest scientific research, Dancing Longer, Dancing Stronger offers a complete conditioning program to help dancers improve technique and lessen the danger of injury. By presenting general principles of injury prevention as well as specific exercises for increasing strength and flexibility, the book provides information that dancers of all ages and skill levels can use to improve performance.Common problems are discussed in a question and answer format. It also gives a thorough overview of anatomy and exercise physiology.
About the Authors Robin Kish earned an MFA in kinesiology and pedagogy at the University of California, Irvine, and an MS in exercise physiology and biomechanics from California State University, Fullerton. She is Associate Professor at Chapman University where she teaches Dance Kinesiology and Injury Prevention, Movement Anatomy and Exercise Physiology, and Modern and Ballet Techniques. Jennie Morton began her career as a classical ballet dancer in London and obtained a BSC (honors) degree from Middlesex University,UK. A dance medicine specialist since 1999, she is currently Dance Wellness Professor at the Colburn School, Los Angeles.
ISBN 9780871273970, 368 pages 110 photographs, 67 line drawings, 25 tables
Dancing Longer, Dancing Stronger, 2nd Edition
- A Dancer’s Guide to Conditioning, Improving Technique, and Preventing Injury ISBN 9780871273970, 368 pages 110 photographs, 67 line drawings, 25 tables