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Science and Practice of Strength Training

Simultaneously to my teaching activities with the Ballet de Lorraine in Nancy and the Cie. Paracosm in Blagnac, I've spent the last two weeks working my way through SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF STRENGTH TRAINING by Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky...
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A revised training for dancers

One of the many objectives of my DIS-TANZ-SOLO endeavor is to integrate sports science approaches into my classes so that even dancers who do not have the means and resources to acquire such knowledge on their own can benefit hands-on from my research...
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Muscles of the lower limb

After examining the different types of movement at our joints in DIS-TANZ DIARY #18, this time we'll take a closer look at the muscles of the lower limb and their function in relation to these different types of movement...
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Types of Body Movements

This article looks at the anatomical terms of movement, which are used to describe the actions of muscles upon the skeleton. Our muscles contract to produce movement at joints, and the subsequent movements can be precisely described using this terminology...
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My Secret Weapons

After the cold, hard facts of my survey analysis, I thought it would be a good idea to balance this out with something more personal. I thought it would be a nice idea to open my gym bag and introduce you to my secret weapons when touring...
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An Analysis

When I kicked off my project on sports science and dance earlier this year, it was clear to me that I wanted to do a wide-ranging survey within the professional dance community as a first move. Here are the results...
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Size vs. Strength

The majority of dancers still struggle with the idea of incorporating strength training into their daily routine, and this is probably still due to a huge misconception. Strength training is not the same as bodybuilding...
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Everything you did and didn’t know about warm-ups

Dance warm ups are always a difficult and wide-ranging topic. Especially for freelancers, who even in larger companies often use their own warm-up program to prepare for the day, this work phase serves many different functions...
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An Online Congress for Dance Medicine

In a way, it was almost fortunate that ta.med's annual Dance Medicine Congress was held online due to COVID-19. In any case, it made it all the easier for me to participate in this year's edition as part of my research and training project...
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The Knee

After taking an in-depth look at shoulder anatomy, movement and strengthening the other day, this time we'll look at a common weak spot of dancers: the knee. The knee is a complex joint without inherent bony stability...
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