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Ballet Turnout - Functional Turnout for Ballet Dancers

Ballet Turn Out  or Lateral Hip Rotation is the flexibility requirement in the internal rotator of the hip. First Position through Fifth Position as well as countless other dance techniques acquire grace with the ability to comfortably turn out the hip. 

Beside dancers, other athletes and performers such a martial artists, figure skaters, soccer and football players and gymnasts rely on turnout muscles for beautiful as well as powerfully executed techniques. 

How to Achieve a Good Ballet Turnout

To get a good lateral rotation, all the medial rotators need to be lengthening. Human body is designed with strong internal hip rotation. For this reason most people find each degree of turn out progress rather painful and unpleasant.



​Zaichik Stetching techniques take each of those muscles apart and target their soft spots. By working several actions of each muscles and isolating it, Zaichik Stretching techniques quickly make progress. Deep range of motion and strengthening techniques allow the progress to last and the new-deeper range of motion to be accepted as the comfortable and normal.

​The routine is designed to safely effective increase the turnout using proprietary Zaichik Stretching Techniques, combined with specific strength memory techniques for comfortable 180 turnout. Start training with your turnout program today and take your skills to the new level. 

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Try Zaichik Stretching Techniques FREE

Here you have two amazing Zaichik Stretching Technique exercises you can try and experience the benefits right away.

Psoas 

First one is for your Psoas which if tight it gives lower back pain and throws posture and alignment out of line.

psoas zaichik stretching

  1. Step forward with one leg and move it to the side. Flex to that side from the lower spine as much as possible.
  2. Move over to the side (hip abduction) holding the spine lateral flexion.
  3. As you come back from the abduction increase hip extension (always keep spine lateral flexion).

Posterior Deltoid

Second one is for your upper body, an Anterior Deltoid exercise. If tight, it can prevent full horizontal flexion and internal rotation of the shoulder as well as push the head of humerus forward, putting pressure on the joint capsule and contributing to shoulder pain and improper traction.

anterior deltoid zaichik technique
  1. Turn away till elbow comes off the floor.
  2. Use the prop to push arm. Elevate the shoulder to ear.
  3. As you depress, press the elbow more toward the floor.

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