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Two Exercises for a Beautiful Front Attitude

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Attitude Devant or Front Attitude is Ballet/Dance position usually strength trained via bar assisted leg lifts into the technique. The flexibility is attained via relaxed stretches.

Would you like to get a Front Attitude like Michaela DePrince? Practice the two EasyFlexibility exercises in the video.

The inspiring ballerina Michaela DePrince has an exquisite Front Attitude.
- The first exercise will automatically increase your range of motion.
- The second exercise will strengthen your newly gained flexibility, making those gains permanent.

Both exercises together one after the other for 2 to 5 sets will gradually improve your Front Attitude.
Add them to your routine and reap the results!
It's a good idea to take a picture when you start and every 2 weeks to keep track of your progress and motivate yourself.
Our program takes a different approach. The flexibility resistance to this exercise comes from medial hip rotators and hip extensors of the lifted leg. Anterior tilters of the pelvis also offer resistance through the standing leg.
Unlike the standard time consuming passive stretch method, this routine employs Kinesiological Stretching techniques. Each of the muscle that prevent the successful Attitude Devant is separate out and quickly lengthened, using one of it's own actions against the other.
Because no action is held for long, stretch reflex is avoid and the results are seen right away.
Since in Front Attitude it's the opposite muscles that hold the pose to the one's being stretched, reciprocal inhibition techniques are intertwined with kinesiological stretches to master the skill even faster. You'll be surprised how fast easy the results come using this method.

Start working your beautiful Attitude Devant today with the full program.


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