Scott Sonnon - Prasara
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- "Prasar" in Sanskrit means "to flow without thought." If you can sit, stand and walk, you can learn and perform these sequences are improvised to improve physical fitness, in order to increase your level of physical preparation for the development of dynamic flexibility, the introduction of power load and work on endurance in the mode of cardio, to control the motor activity and to improve and balance the body. In addition, the execution mode of practice will require you to serious mental concentration.
- Here are detailed instructions for the sequence "A". For convenience it is divided into five separate bundles. Each bundle consists of a continuous flow of poses, each of which understands, explains and demonstrates separately. This practice is very convenient training time: for each bunch of movements that is quite difficult to perform, there is a demo version, and there's quite a long training sessions. To perform a ligament, it is necessary to learn not only poses, but smooth transitions between them - vinyasa.
- You are perfectly free to choose the length of your sessions with Scott. You can explore some poses, you can assemble them in bundles, and it does not matter what poses and what kind of binder you choose to start with. If you allow your body shape, you can gradually "collect" bundles in the sequence.
- In general, posture, and ligaments can not be described as very difficult, but if you're a beginner, then for their proper performance you absolutely have to start listening to your body, understand its biomechanics, and in any case not to hurry with their development. Although many of the poses are based on yoga asanas, yoga is not in the canonical sense, namely Dynamic gymnastic sequence.
- Prasar is an excellent complement to participate in them, athletics, gymnastics, dance and yoga. Prasar develops authoring biomechanical exercises Scott Sannona «Body Flow». Prasar - very comfortable and versatile format of practice for the development of the whole body.
- Sequence contributes to the disclosure hips and shoulders, strengthen the upper back, hands and knees, hamstring stretching and traction of the spine.
- Scott Sannon - multiple U.S. champion in sambo and renowned coach and instructor, compiled manuals for edinobortsev to establish the body as a functional tool for combat.