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Zaichik Stretching Technique that will change Your Life Forever!
Do any of these scenarios apply to you?
You feel you can do much better than what you are doing now. Get the Ballet Flexibility Training Combo, train by yourself and stand out in class!
- Are you a mother to a little young dancer? Give her the best so she reaches her full potential!
- Are you a dance studio owner? Increase retention rate by providing unique, novel and very effective training techniques!
- You haven't danced for some time and you'd love to return? You have found a wonderful way of getting more prepared than ever!
- You never took ballet classes but you love to dance and would like to learn more at the comfort of your home. The Ballet Combo will help you learn more about your body.
These VIDEO PROGRAMS will help achieve this and much more, simply by following along the routines and adding the EasyFlexibility stretches to your repertoire.
This is what you will get...
Turn Out Strength and Flexibility Training
This combination of rotational flexibility and strength to properly hold that rotation, is the basis of ballet. But it´s also a source of fristration fot many dancers, this program is the solution to that! All ballet positions better than ever, improve your line and evoid joint injury. From the first plié to the final jeté of class, challenge yourself to correctly use your maximum rotation.
Developpe a La Seconde
Developpe in classical ballet technique is seen mostly throughout ballet in adagio and jumps. It is especially seen performed by women in pas de deux and variations, and mostly commonly by men in jumps. So many dancers have good flexibility when dancing, especially with getting legs higher. Gain extension and increase your range with full control of your movement with this program!
When done well, a serene penché can be magical. But while it´s meant to look effortless, the extended arabesque is deceptively difficult to master, requiring control, strength and flexibility. Want to reach a 180º penché? This is the program for you!
Attitude Derriere and Arabesque
The attitude position as well as the arabesque is commonly seen throughout many aspects of classical ballet technique in class and on stage in classical and contemporary choreography. As dancers, we usually try to go beyond, but is this possible? With this program you can improve your flexibility without sacrificing your alignment and posture, isn´t this amazing?
An attitude in classical ballet is a position where the dancer is standing on one leg with the other lifted, the leg in the air is bent at the knee so that it forms roughly a 145 degree angle, you can reach this now! Improve the strenght and height, impressing everyone in your class.
Foot and Ankle Training
A ballet dancer´s feet are key to achieving that long, graceful outline a dancer presents with her body while performing. A good line is not just pretty, it´s absolutely imperative for a ballet dancer, the ones with the best feet are said to have high arches and flexible ankles, presenting at the very least a straight line from the shin to the top of the foot when pointing. Do you want to improve pliés, arch of foot, line and strength to stand on your pointe shoes? This program will make you reach these goals.
Side Tilt Kick
To perform this technique correctly one needs good flexibility in adductors and hamstrings. Lateral core and hip flexor, as well as abductors control will allow the movement to look graceful.
The purpose of this routine is to develop the above stated abilities so that the kick can be lifted slowly with control and for the icing on the cake held at the full split extended position. Our program relies on Zaichik Stretching and reciprocal inhibition. The former takes each involved joint apart into individual muscles and uses their actions against each other to lengthen the fibers with the pain of the stretch reflex. The later, trains the muscles to contract in the needed ranges, while allowing the supporting muscles to relax and move deep into needed positions.
You have all three levels of side split. Beginners, Intermediate and advanced
This programs containing specific warm up and conditioning exercises for the Side Split and all its variations, the necessary Zaichik Stretching exercises to target the muscles involved as well as a cool down section. This is usually trained last, after you achieved flat front splits using the other two programs, so this is more of a rounding off for what you are missing in order to get a full side split, mostly additional adductors work and very targeted side split exercises which will give you that extra you need for this more demanding split.
True Front Split
The three levels of True Front Split, Beginners, Intermediate and advanced,
contains specific warm up and conditioning exercises for the True Frot Split, the necessary Zaichik Stretching exercises to target the muscles involved in a True Front Split as well as a cool down section. This is a great place to start before attempting the usually more demanding open front and side splits. You will learn how to isolate and stretch outer hamstrings and hip flexors muscles.
Open Front Split
All three levels of Open Front Split, Beginners, Intermediate and advanced, containing specific warm up and conditioning exercises for the Open Front Split, the necessary Zaichik Stretching exercises to target the muscles involved as well as a cool down section. This is what links the true front split with the side split, since it focuses on adductors, hip external rotation and inner hamstrings.
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