Fitness Flyer Exercise Equipment
Fitness Flyer Exercise Equipment : Personal Trainer Certification Course.
Fitness Flyer Exercise Equipment
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fitness flyer exercise equipment – AbFlyer Machine
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Studio Mandate/Mission Statement
Since the late 1800s, physical culture has been an important part of peoples’ lives, and the advertising or otherwise elevating of different techniques of physical education and strength training was as competitive in 1891 as it is today.
There exist still books and pamphlets from this time period expostulating the benefits of special machines guaranteeing physical fitness non-pareil in the “shortest route” and “fastest time.” Practical Athletics for Busy People, by Alex Whitely, has chapters called “Muscular Exercise and its Relation to Health and Strength,” “Diet and Disease” and “For Business Men.” Anderson’s Physical Education includes chapters on applied physical training and nomenclature, “Merchant or Business Man” “Parent and Child” and “Women.” These books were published in 1891 and 1897, respectively. Not much has changed in peoples’ pursuit of fitness, and the guarantees and promises of past generations hold about as much water as today’s late-night television fitness gizmos.
Only one thing remains true now that was true then and will be true always of fitness: You have to do it, and do it right, to get benefits from it.
The old physical Culture Gyms sported gymnastic rings, ladder walls, dumbbells kettlebells, trapezes, ropes and mats. Some even had elaborate pulley systems requiring participants to pull against their body weight. Vigourous exercises combining compound movement with strict feats of strength were practised with great enjoyment by men and women! Children practised Indian club swinging and rhythmic gymnastics in school. No one was reading a magazine on stairclimbers, sipping vitaminized water or electrolyte-laden neon concoctions. People just exercised.
Joseph Pilates was a fitness professional in good company with Eugene Sandow, Charles Atlas, Canadian Louis Cyr and countless other physical culturists who dedicated their lives to the improvement in health of participants. He was not the only coach, and certainly not the first, to develop exercise equipment or mat exercises. He freely lifted and then codified exercises based on Yoga, trumpeting them as his own. He made flyers and advertisements for the newspaper touting his equipment (made from springs and pulleys like everyone elses!) as the only thing that would work. Just like all those other guys.
So, why Pilates? Well, Pilates as we know it today is bio-mechanically sound exercise. Its benefits to joint mobility, spinal health and muscle balance are proven; tried and true for over 90 years. Some things of course have changed as the science and understanding of the body’s mechanics has improved. And of course the “look” of a Pilates body is appealing, with its long muscles and fluid quality of movement.
For us at Brave Body, Pilates is a stepping stone to living life with ease and grace, for improving your other forms of sport, and it provides you with an education you will take into your golden years.
We combine elements of physical culture with the Pilates method, because Joseph Pilates did.
We’re doing our jobs because we love to teach, and we believe in the method. We’re your coaches and your biggest fans!
User Guide for sidewalk exercise equipment
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fitness flyer exercise equipment
Unlike traditional crunches, which work your abs from the top down, the Ab Flyer works your abs from the bottom up, while limiting stress on your neck, back, and shoulders. The Ab Flyer makes the hanging leg raise–a difficult, bottom-up exercise that’s highly effective for developing great abs–easy. The exercise requires not only tremendous upper body strength to hang from a bar, but it also requires you to perform a lower abdominal contraction while lifting the entire weight of your lower body.
The Ab Flyer makes this difficult exercise possible for anyone to perform. Its weight-bearing design eliminates the need to hang from a bar and places the user in a comfortable kneeling position off the floor. The Ab Flyer guides you through a perfect lower abdominal lift while eliminating strain on your neck, back, and shoulders. The Ab Flyer engages your abs from start-to-finish, giving you a continuous core contraction with every repetition. The free motion seat adjusts to target your obliques at every angle for a complete abdominal workout.
The Ab Flyer is made of high-quality commercial grade steel with a coated, scratch-resistant finish and can be folded in seconds to store in a closer or under a bed.
What’s in the Box?
The Ab Flyer with digital timer & counter
Ab Flyer exercise plan
Mix & match meal plan
Materials: Commercial grade steel with scratch-resistant finish
Dimensions: 34 by 33 by 48 inches (L x W x H)