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The Concise Book of Muscles, Second Edition Paperback – August 12, 2008
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“An easy-to-use reference book...it will help the student and practitioner to not only learn the anatomy, but to understand and apply the information. An excellent addition to the library of anyone studying the human body.”—James Earls, B.A. (Hons.), Structural Integration and Massage Practitioner, Ultimate Massage Solutions“One of the best anatomy textbooks ever published in its clarity and ease-of-use.”—Connections, magazine for bodyworkers and therapists“The information and method of presentation in this book for the therapist is unrivalled in its usefulness as a learning tool.”—Russell Humpage, Master Medica, Physical Therapy Book Specialists
About the Author
Chris Jarmey, MCSP, DS, MRSS, has taught anatomy, shiatsu, qigong, and bodywork therapy throughout Europe. Also the author of Acupressure for Common Ailments, Concise Book of the Moving Body, and many other books, he runs a bodywork therapy practice in Marlborough, United Kingdom, where he lives.
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Top Customer Reviews
The illustrations are clear and easy to understand with just the right amount of detail. .
I use this book on my Fire HD 7 in my work as a Personal Trainer, it helps me share information with my clients about what muscles we are working and why we are doing particular exercises. However there is enough detail in the illustrations that they still show up well on a non-color e-reader like my Kindle 6.
This is a very useful reference book in regards to the basics of the main skeletal muscles.
I do recommend.
I employ deep tissue therapy with activation for my clients. The Origin, Insertion, and Action reminders, along with the basic functional movement section, help me to ensure the proper treatment for each individual. I also love the easy to use stretch and exercise inserts.
The front matter contains clear definitions of anatomical and kinesiology terminology with lots of beautiful clear drawings.
A labor of love and a wonderful gift to everyone who works with the human body.
Thank you Chris!!