Nutrition For The Dancer

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Nutrition For The Dancer

Author : Zerlina Mastin
ISBN : 1852731354
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The tremendous physical mastery of a 21st century dancer undoubtedly rivals that of an athlete, but the importance and significance of nutrition could not be any more different. However, merely likening the strength, Agility and physicality of a dancer to that of an athlete overlooks the very nature of dance, embodying the vigour and sublime beauty of the dancer's physique as a visual expression of art. The author trained as a professional dancer, and is thus fully aware of the extraordinary demands placed on students and professional dancers. As a nutritionist, she now recognises that so many talented dancers forfeit their health, their skill and ultimately their career solely because they are unaware of the importance behind good nutrition. The misconception that health be surrendered for the lean silhouette has emanated in dance schools and professional companies around the world. Dance scientists today know this does not have to be the case. Nutrition for the Dancer is a complete guide to nutrition. From calculating individual calorie requirements, reducing body fat, performance preparation, nutrition for a young dancer, recovery from injury, recipes and stock cupboard ideas, this book provides invaluable snippets of advice to dancers.
Category: Health & Fitness

Nutrition For Dancers

Author : Liane Simmel
ISBN : 9781351585965
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 76.38 MB
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Dancers are top performance athletes on stage – to keep fit and healthy proper nutrition is an integral part of an optimal dance training. Nutrition for Dancers provides the principles of nutrition for dancers of all genres. Authors Liane Simmel and Eva- Maria Kraft clarify widespread nutritional mistakes and give advice on how a healthy diet can be incorporated into the everyday life of dancers.
Category: Performing Arts

Diet For Dancers

Author : Robin D. Chmelar
ISBN : UOM:39015048278843
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The first diet book based on research with dancers, this guide provides information about proper dietary procedures that will enable people to reach and/or maintain their optimal body weight for dancing. Areas discussed include weight control, individual differences in metabolism, and body composition.
Category: Health & Fitness

Safe Dance Practice

Author : Quin, Edel
ISBN : 9781450496452
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 34.84 MB
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Safe Dance Practice bridges the gap between research and application for dancers and dance educators at all levels. The book presents integrated guidelines and principles that will maximize physical and mental well-being without compromising creativity and expression.
Category: Performing Arts

Modern Nutrition

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924066722350
Genre : Nutrition
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Category: Nutrition

The Dancer S Way

Author : Linda H. Hamilton, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781250098429
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 63.37 MB
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In the current dance scene, performers contend with choreography that involves extreme dance, multiple techniques, and acrobatic moves, exemplified in the popular reality television show, "So You Think You Can Dance." The dilemma for aspiring professionals is that dance class no longer provides sufficient preparation for performing at this level. Dancers who want to achieve their best, avoid injury, and perform at their peak will welcome the insight and advice in the pages of The Dancer's Way. The world-renowned New York City Ballet developed their proven wellness program to help dancers reach their potential without compromising their health. As one of the key designers of this program, former dancer and clinical psychologist Linda Hamilton, Ph.D. provides the essential principles of wellness that will help you achieve your goals in all levels and forms of dance. These include keeping yourself physically healthy, nutritionally sound, and mentally prepared as a dancer. New York City Ballet's celebrated program, here for the first time in book form, highlights every tool you'll need to stay in great shape.
Category: Performing Arts

A Dancer S Guide In Nutrition And Health For Optimal Performance

Author : Laurel Lemon Thomas
ISBN : OCLC:795742440
Genre : Athletes
File Size : 65.24 MB
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The project is a guide in nutrition and health for optimal performance for dancers and athletes. Proper nutrition before, during, and after performances, sleep, mindfulness, relaxing, and imagining one's success are addressed in the paper and included guide.
Category: Athletes

Impulse

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ISBN : UCLA:31158011168803
Genre : Modern dance
File Size : 68.2 MB
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Category: Modern dance

Ballet Nutrition Journal

Author : Elegant Notebooks
ISBN : 1795874155
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 64.64 MB
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This Ballet Nutrition Journal is perfect for the ballet dancer who takes their training seriously in order to achieve success and get results. Diet and nutrition is a vital component of any training regime and keeps the dancer on track with performance goals. This log has daily tables to record weight, intake of macronutrients and water and to record the intake as a percentage of daily goals. This ensures that a nutrition plan is adhered to and that any changes to the diet can be fine tuned and recorded to optimize performance. It is compact enough to be carried around to aid ease of use. Ideal for a instructor, dad, mom, son, daughter or anyone that simply loves ballet and serious training. Makes a great Father's day, Mother's day, Christmas or Birthday gift. Click on the author link to see our other badminton logs and diaries in the series - Training Log, to record technique and skills worked on, and Strength and Conditioning Log, to record strength and aerobic exercises worked on. Size: 6 x 9 in. 120 Pages Glossy soft cover Printed on white paper
Category: Performing Arts

The Healthy Dancer

Author : Allan James Ryan
ISBN : UOM:39015024185541
Genre : Medical
File Size : 55.78 MB
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Pole Dancing Nutrition Log And Diary Pole Dancing Nutrition And Diet Training Log And Journal For Dancer And Instructor Pole Dancing Notebook Track

Author : Elegant Notebooks
ISBN : 1092394370
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 42.89 MB
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This Pole Dancing Nutrition Log and Diary is perfect journal for any pole dancing lover who takes their training seriously in order to achieve success and get results. Diet and nutrition is a vital component of any training regime and keeps the dancer on track with performance goals. This log has daily tables to record weight, intake of macronutrients and water and to record the intake as a percentage of daily goals. This ensures that a nutrition plan is adhered to and that any changes to the diet can be fine tuned and recorded to optimize performance. It is compact enough to be carried around to aid ease of use. Ideal for an instructor, mom, dad, son, daughter or anyone that simply loves pole dancing and serious training. Makes a great gift for Christmas or Birthday. Click on the author link to see our other pole dancing logs and diaries in the series - Training Log, to record technique and skills worked on, and Strength and Conditioning Log, to record strength and aerobic exercises worked on. Size: 6 x 9 in. 120 Pages Glossy soft cover Printed on white paper
Category: Performing Arts

Dancer Wellness

Author : Mary Virginia Wilmerding
ISBN : 9781492585817
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 25.73 MB
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Dancers who want to get the most out of their experience in dance—whether in college, high school, a dance studio, or a dance company—can now take charge of their wellness. Dancer Wellness will help them learn and apply important wellness concepts as presented through the in-depth research conducted by the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science (IADMS) and their experts from around the world. Four Primary Areas Dancer Wellness covers four primary topics: 1. Foundations of dancer wellness, which explores the dancer’s physical environment, the science behind training, and conditioning 2. Mental components of dancer wellness, which investigates the psychological aspects that influence a dancer’s training—imagery, somatic practices, and the ways that rest, fatigue, and burnout affect learning, technique, and injury risk and recovery 3. Physical aspects of dancer wellness, which examines dancer nutrition and wellness, including the challenges in maintaining good nutrition, addressing body composition issues, bone health, injury prevention, and first aid 4. Assessments for dancer wellness, which offers guidance in goal setting, screenings, assessing abilities, and designing a personal wellness plan Each chapter offers learning objectives at the beginning and review questions at the end to help readers recall what they have learned. Sidebars within each chapter focus on self-awareness, empowerment, goal setting, and diversity in dance. “Dancer Wellness meets the needs of dancers in any setting,” says Virginia Wilmerding, one of the book’s editors from IADMS. “Our authors are leaders in the field, and they thoroughly investigate their areas of specialization. Through that investigation we have provided theoretical concepts and practical information and applications that dancers can use to enhance their health and wellness as part of their dance practice.” This text offers foundational information to create a comprehensive view of dancer wellness. “Wellness defines the state of being healthy in both mind and body through conscious and intentional choices and efforts,” says coeditor Donna Krasnow. “Anyone interested in the health and wellness of dancers can benefit from this book, regardless of previous training or level of expertise. This book covers each aspect of dancer wellness, whether environmental, physical, or psychological.”
Category: Performing Arts

Dance Directory

Author :
ISBN : PSU:000011775393
Genre : Dance
File Size : 56.43 MB
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Category: Dance

Dance Medicine

Author : Allan James Ryan
ISBN : UOM:39015013206597
Genre : Medical
File Size : 33.57 MB
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Category: Medical

Pole Dancing Nutrition Journal Daily Pole Dancing Nutrition Log And Diary For Dancer And Instructor Notebook

Author : Elegant Notebooks
ISBN : 1796768650
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 85.4 MB
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This Pole Dancing Nutrition Journal is perfect for the pole dancer who takes their training seriously in order to achieve success and get results. Diet and nutrition is a vital component of any training regime and keeps the pole dancer on track with performance goals. This log has daily tables to record weight, intake of macronutrients and water and to record the intake as a percentage of daily goals. This ensures that a nutrition plan is adhered to and that any changes to the diet can be fine tuned and recorded to optimize performance. It is compact enough to be carried around to aid ease of use. Ideal for an instructor, dad, mom, son, daughter or anyone that simply loves pole dancing and serious training. Makes a great Father's day, Mother's day, Christmas or Birthday gift. Click on the author link to see our other pole dancing logs and diaries in the series - Training Log, to record technique and skills worked on, and Strength and Conditioning Log, to record strength and aerobic exercises worked on. Size: 6 x 9 in. 120 Pages Glossy soft cover Printed on white paper
Category: Health & Fitness

Nutrition For Dancers

Author : Liane Simmel
ISBN : 1138041149
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 52.22 MB
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Dancers are top performance athletes on stage - to keep fit and healthy proper nutrition is an integral part of an optimal dance training. Nutrition for Dancers provides the principles of nutrition for dancers of all genres Authors Liane Simmel and Eva- Maria Kraft clarify widespread nutritional mistakes and give advice on how a healthy diet can be incorporated into the everyday life of dancers.
Category: Performing Arts

Dance Movement And Nutrition

Author : Helene Andreu
ISBN : 9781452060156
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 88.52 MB
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Award Finalist in the National Indie Excellence 2007 Book Awards, Health category. Award-Winning Finalist in the Health: Exercise & Fitness category of the National Best Books 2007 Awards. This book offers clear guidelines on how to acquire fitness through enjoyable dance routines, movements for all parts of the body, and through good nutrition. It includes numerous photographs, useful hints on fitness and nutrition, a glossary, bibliography, discography, and an index, to assist the reader. You’ll find information on: exercising for your specific needs and lifestyle, without boredom; putting together creative dance routines by using movements that you know; getting the whole family involved in dance, movement and nutrition; using your practice time effectively to achieve greater coordination, stamina, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness; obtaining better weight, relaxation, and alignment; avoiding common problems in executing dance and movements; preparing and eating well balanced, nutritious and colorful meals; knowing which foods to avoid; taking action to help prevent obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes; and making a difference by doing a little bit of effort on a daily basis.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Fit And Healthy Dancer

Author : Yiannis Koutedakis
ISBN : UOM:39015047608826
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Dance is a dangerous business. The scientific and medical communities are now beginning to acknowledge that many forms of dance are as strenuous and physically demanding as most sports activities. Indeed, several scientific and dance studies report that dancers face a greater risk of suffering long-term disabilities than other elite athletes. Certainly it is fairly safe to assume that most professional and pre-professional dancers will be injured at some time in their careers. The Fit and Healthy Dancer is a long overdue contribution to dance literature that empowers dancers and their tutors. For the first time, the authors treat dancers as performing athletes and present essential exercise science information in a user-friendly style to help readers prevent injury and maintain good health. This volume will help dance and drama students and their teachers, professional dancers dance fitness instructors and choreographers, physiotherapists and medical practitioners appreciate the importance of a whole host of fitness-related concepts including: energy and energy production nutrition to fuel dance principles and training of endurance, strength and power, mobility and flexibility the importance of warm-up and cool-down weight balance and the effects of reduced body weight in dancers bone density, osteoporosis, amenorrhoea and the most common injuries in dancers the causes of injuries, overtraining, exercise induced asthma life after a professional dance career "Yiannis Koutedakis and Craig Sharp have written a very comprehensive and informative book that delves into the reasons behind dance injuries and also provides readers with an understanding of methods to improve their standards of fitness and eliminate unnecessary dance injuries." —Cynthia Harvey "The time has come to take advantage of all the knowledge contained in this book to ensure that our dancers are fitter and healthier in the future." —Sir Peter Wright CBE, Director Laureate, Birmingham Royal Ballet
Category: Health & Fitness