The book describes the three main components: Practice - Movement - Functioning. Physical practice focuses on movement abilities and skills in a manner that will improve the exerciser's functioning now and in the future, according to the individual's needs.
Practice in this approach helps to acquire movement skills with an emphasis on optimal technique, where the result is improvement in movement and fitness components. Mobility is essential for all of us. We should be able to cover long distances, lift heavy objects, overcome obstacles, perform tasks accurately and with excellent timing, respond to the environment and to unexpected situations - and at times we may need to perform all of these actions at the same time, with maximal efficiency and with as few injuries as possible.
About the Book
The book contains directives for independent practice, profusely illustrated with photographs. The explanations are accurate, clear and understandable. The book is intended for exercisers and for instructors. From the book you will learn:
- What functional movement practice is
- Practicing functional movement using kettlebells
- The six rules for functional movement practice
- Kettlebell styles and methods
- Ways to improve mobility
- Kettlebell exercises
- Practice programs
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
Uri Hirsch is the founder of kettlebell training in Israel and among the pioneers of functional training. Uri practices and teaches functional movement practice at the Eitanim Institute in Herzliya where he also conducts a variety of workshops for elite Israel Defense Forces units. In addition, Uri oversees workshops and certification courses for kettlebell instructors given under the auspices of the Israel Kettlebells organization.