Savvy Stretch Coach, Version 2. 0
AUTHOR: Savvy Knowledge Systems Corporation Staff
PUBLISHER: Human Kinetics Publishers
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Savvy Stretch Coach, Version 2.0,is an essential resource for any professional who works with clients where stretching is a key element of the training or rehabilitation routine. This CD-ROM enables you to deliver impressive on-site visual education to your clients by providing an easy and effective way to illustrate proper stretching techniques .
With Savvy Stretch Coach, Version 2.0, you will be able to
-View more than 225 full-motion video sequences of stretches, selected by anatomical figure, muscle group categories, or one of 23 of the world's most popular sports
-Print out individual stretching routines for your clients that they can take home so they do not forgot the proper routine
-Build custom programs and individual client files from more than 200 different stretches (including PNF)
-Review sample stretching routines for the most popular pieces of exercise equipment in use today
In addition, Savvy Stretch Coach, Version 2.0,allows you to create stretch files from screen captures of the full-motion video stretches, complete with a description of the stretch. Depending on your clients' needs, you can arrange the stretches as necessary and then create printouts for take-home or on-site file referencing. Customized programs can be saved, allowing you to reuse your own winning formulas for larger groups of clients with similar needs. Suitable for use in coaching, training, and rehabilitation settings, this is the one piece of software you do not want to be without.
Minimum System Requirements
Windows 98:Intel Pentium II; 64 MB available RAM; 30 MB available hard drive space; 8x CD-ROM; QuickTime 6.5.2
Windows ME, 2000, NT, XP:Intel Pentium III; 128 MB available hard drive space; 8x CD-ROM; QuickTime 6.5.2
Macintosh OS X:Power Macintosh G3; 128 MB available RAM; 30 MB available hard drive space; OS X 10.3 or higher; 8x CD-ROM; QuickTime 6.5.2.
PUBLICATION DATE: 7/27/2007
CATEGORY: Health & Fitness