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Arabesque - Anatomy – EasyFlexibility
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Arabesque - Anatomy

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Attitude Derrière or Back Attitude and Arabesque are Ballet/Dance positions usually strength trained via bar assisted leg lifts into the technique. The flexibility is attained via relaxed stretches.
This program takes a different approach.The flexibility resistance to these elements comes from medial hip rotators, hip flexors of the lifted leg and flexors of the core. Posterior tilters of the pelvis also offer resistance through the standing leg.

Watch The Anatomical Muscle Animation of The Arabesque and The Attitude Derriere
Unlike the standard time consuming passive stretch method, this routine employs Kinesiological Stretching techniques. Each of the muscles that prevent the successful Attitude Derriere and Arabesque is separated out and quickly lengthened, using one of its own actions against the other. Because no action is held for long, the stretch reflex is avoided and results are seen right away.
Since in Arabesque and Back Attitude it's the opposite muscles that hold the pose to the one's being stretched, reciprocal inhibition techniques are intervened with kinesiological stretches to master the skill even faster. You'll be surprised how fast easy results come using this method.
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