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Lane Community College Fitness Classes Pilates and Understanding your core class, Lcc Oregon
|Yoga Certified Teacher Trainer
Pilates Certified Teacher Trainer
Personal Fitness Training
Group Personal Training
Yoga Classes, Florence Oregon
Pilates Classes -Florence Oregon, LCC - Lane Community College
Certified Personal Training
Certified Yoga, Pilates, Dance, Core Fitness Instructor/Teacher
in Florence, Oregon. OR
|Tracy L. Markley is a Certified Personal Trainer
She is the author of the books"The Stroke of An Artist"
& "Tipping Toward Balance" & "Your Brain"
Stroke recovery and exercise.
Fall Prevention, balance and stability.
Brain care and health.
|"Tipping Toward Balance:
A Fitness Trainer's Guide to Stability and Walking"
published in April of 2018.
|Tracy L. Markley
|Tipping Toward Balance is a Fall Prevention book for seniors and those with
neurological, balance, walking gait and stability challenges. In this book I
share eight exercises and the reasons why they have helped clients regain
their balance. These particular exercises have helped clients stop tripping
and falling and to regain the ability to feel safe in movement again. I also
share some short stories of clients who all have various reasons for losing
their balance. A range of personal and specific factors may play a role in the
body’s balance and walking gait as they become off-kilter. This leaves people
feeling unsafe in their movements, which, in turn, causes the walking gait to
change and slow down because they feel out of balance or unstable. At this
point, individuals may find themselves tripping often and/or falling down. At
any age, but often as we get older, the body can become weaker. That can
be due to illness, lack of exercise, neurological challenges or a diagnosed
condition. In many of these cases, the body begins to move more slowly. You
can feel unsafe in everyday movements, even just walking. The center of the
body, known as the core, must be built up in strength for the rest of the
body to be able to perform movements at their best. Frequently, building
core strength is thought to be achievable only when you get down on the floor
and do crunches. Many clients with weakness or stability issues do not feel
safe getting down to the floor. Consequently, that leaves them thinking it is a
lost cause to attempt to strengthen the core muscles. Thankfully, this is not
the truth ...