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Stretching Poster: Lower Body

Stretching Poster: Lower Body

$13.95 CAD

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    Featuring the same four-color artwork seen in best-selling book Stretching Anatomy, Stretching: Lower Body will help you minimize muscle soreness, reduce the risk of injury, and improve mobility.

    The Lower Body poster presents nine stretches for the trunk, hips, and legs:

    • Prone lower-trunk flexor

    • Seated lower-trunk extensor

    • Hip and back extensor

    • Hip external rotator and back extensor

    • Beginner standing bent-knee hip adductor

    • Recumbent knee flexor

    • Intermediate lying knee extensor

    • Beginner plantar flexor

    • Beginner seated toe flexor

    Whether you seek increased flexibility, better athletic performance, or reduced muscle soreness and tension, the Stretching Anatomy Poster Series will be your visual guide to proper stretching technique.

    Individual poster size: 24 by 31 inches (60 by 80 cm)

    Posters can be purchased individually or as a series.

    About the Author

    Human Kinetics is the premier publisher for resources related to sports and fitness and leads the world in providing information on physical activity. That information takes many forms: consumer books, DVDs, textbooks and their ancillaries, journals, online courses, software, and audiovisual products. The information touches the lives of millions of people worldwide, including athletes, coaches, college students and professors, personal trainers, rehabilitation specialists, physical educators, nutritionists, parents, and sedentary people who want to become active.