By Liane Simmel
Dance medication in perform is the entire actual textbook for dance, written in particular to aid dancers comprehend the anatomy, functionality and care in their our bodies.
Specific chapters are dedicated to targeting the backbone, pelvis, hips, knees, toes, shoulders and hands. each one of those covers the subsequent key aspects:
- Anatomy: bone constitution, musculature, and serve as. How every one a part of the physique strikes and the way it responds below pressure
- Pitfalls: universal examples of undesirable perform and the influence that those could have at the body
- Self research: how one can detect and muscular tissues and the means of every joint.
- Injury Prevention: counsel and suggestion on the way to top keep away from and forestall harm either in education and daily life
- Exercises: easy and powerful equipment of strengthening, mobilising and stress-free joints and muscles
- Checklists: Dos and Don’ts for the easiest dance technique.
The top dancers comprehend that taking care of their our bodies is the major to their luck, and Dance medication in perform also covers how you can make sure the absolute best foodstuff, plan and deal with education schedules, and make sure that accidents are saved to a minimal either in frequency and impression. it's the absolute best spouse to a lifestyles in dance.
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The heart muscle has an unusual function with its pacemaker cells: it is able to contract independently, without receiving impulses from the nervous system. When we refer to muscles we are usually talking about the skeletal muscles, the so-called striated muscles. They are attached to the bones and thus move the skeleton. As this work of the muscles can be consciously and intentionally controlled, the skeletal muscles are also known as the voluntary muscles. Looking through a microscope permits us to see the characteristic striations in the muscle ﬁbres.
Its attachment at the front of the pelvis enables it to assist in the straightening of the pelvis and thus to counteract hyperextension of the lower back. The ﬁbres of the external oblique abdominal muscle run diagonally from lateral at the top outside to medial at the bottom inside. Seen from the front it looks like a “V”, with the right and left muscle each forming one side of the “V”. Running at an angle of 90° from top medial to bottom lateral is the internal oblique abdominal muscle. In the centre, to the front, its ﬁbres connect with the ﬁbres of the opposite external oblique muscle.
One horizontal and two oblique systems. Abdominal muscles The front and side walls of the abdomen are formed by large areas of muscle. The main tasks of the abdominal musculature are ﬂexion and rotation of the spine, and straightening of the pelvis. The following muscles are distinguished from the surface inwards. As its name suggests, the rectus abdominis runs vertically up and down the abdomen. It lies on both sides of the centre line extending from the lower ribs and the sternum down to the pubic bone.
Dance Medicine in Practice: Anatomy, Injury Prevention, Training by Liane Simmel