Delavier won the French powerlifting title in and makes annual presentations on the sport applications of biomechanics at conferences in Switzerland. Delavier lives in Paris, France. He is the author of over 15 health and fitness books as well as numerous exercise DVDs. He has a background in yoga, shiatsu, and reiki. Michael Gundill has written 13 books on strength training, sport nutrition, and health including co-authoring The Strength Training Anatomy Workout.
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Feb 19, Missy rated it it was amazing Good explanation of types of stretching. The book displays sketches and pictures of various moves to utilize. Also displays ways to advance each stretch. Jun 11, Ariel Lynn rated it liked it After taking over two years to finish reading The Complete Works of William Shakespeare I checked Goodreads it took me from September 21, to June 1, , my brain needed a break.
Since Im still typing up my notes for an epic Shakespearean review I know youre all excited for that one! After taking over two years to finish reading The Complete Works of William Shakespeare I checked Goodreads — it took me from September 21, to June 1, , my brain needed a break.
It was either that or put it off until I can put my opinions on Shakespeare into words. That might take another two years for all I know. Enough babbling! On to the review! Kind of hard to spoil a book on how to stretch. Just what my fried synapses needed! They use it to show people, of all experience levels, how to stretch their muscles. Even though they gave advice to novices, like myself, I still felt somewhat alienated. Overall, the book was a great break from thought-inducing reading material.
A relaxing read, but the authors played up the benefits of stretching a little too much. Final Score:.
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