Ballet Strength in Pointe Magazine
Ballet Strength is becoming a popular topic of discussion throughout the ballet community. With this being said, I was pleased to recieve a call last week from Pointe Magazine asking for my help and expertise on Ballet Strength for their advice column for dancers.
The question I was asked to answer was in regards to a young dancer looking to slim out her bulky legs. I was happy to hear someone ask this. It is good to know that dancers are finally starting to realize that there are ways for them to transform their bodies through cross training. The truth is that most ballet teachers are unequipped to offer advice on this once tabu subject.
This is where my Ballet Strength methods come in handy. With proven programs like Beginning Ballet Strength (www.balletstrength.com), dancers can now be confident that cross training works and with my expertise now being referenced by Pointe Magazine.
I am honored and flattered to work with Pointe Magazine and look forward to the future opportunities that are on the horizon.
Nikol Klein Professional Ballet Dancer/ Author/ San Diego Personal Trainer
Posted on June 29, 2010, in Ballet News, Ballet Strength, Dance Reviews, Strength Training for Dancers and tagged ballet, ballet advice, ballet cross training, ballet help, ballet injuries, ballet strength, ballet strength training, dance, dance magazine, pointe, pointe magazine. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.