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舘形比呂一のDanceable LIFE Vol.3
Theater / Dance

Tachigata Hiroichi's Danceable LIFE Vol.3

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Dancers are capitalized!
Tategata Hiroichi (dancer / choreographer)

"Stardust Pump", which started in September, has been dropped due to injury. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or inconvenience you may have had.
Partly because of the rehabilitation efforts, the injuries healed well. I'm working hard to stand in front of you in the stage of THE CONVOY SHOW in December, so please look forward to it!
Tachigata Hiroichi's Danceable LIFE Vol.3

On this occasion, I looked back on building my body as a dancer.
I am currently training my personal trainer twice a week. But that was a habit in my late 30s, and when I was young, I didn't make any effort. He was very thin and, despite being a complex, he thought, "I can't help it because I have no muscles." I had a lot of breakdowns because I had less muscle mass for my height, but when I was in my twenties, I sleep well all night even if I get tired, and the injury heals quickly. Dancers are useless when their body is capital.

I met my current trainer at the age of 37.
Tachigata Hiroichi's Danceable LIFE Vol.3

"In the current state, the engine is too small, that is, running less muscle mass, so good performance can not be done as it is."

Remember that is. Like a car, you can get more delicate performance by moving your body where you can afford to have a larger engine. I was convinced of that idea, so I got a menu created and started training.

However, it was painful at first. You can't really see any visible results or changes just by doing sober training. The situation began to change about three months later. If you noticeably change your body, you will enjoy yourself and your life will be easier because you have been freed from the back pain and numbness of your fingers, which you have to worry about on a daily basis.

And most of all, he was no longer injured. I felt painfully that training my body was like this.
Tachigata Hiroichi's Danceable LIFE Vol.3

Since then, I always work out a detailed training menu, considering the strength and physical strength required for the next work. What you want depends on whether you dance hard or play.
In addition, when you are injured like this time, it is important to approach based on the schedule for return. Not surprisingly, this time I started rehabilitation the day after the surgery. Of course, the injured right foot does not move immediately, but stimulating the muscles of the left foot can prevent the muscles of the right foot from weakening to some extent. This is because they instinctively try to balance their feet, but the human body is strange.

Being able to understand my body and meet the trainer I was able to work with helped me to be more confident on the stage and improved my performance. I often hear that the mind and body are connected, but that's exactly right. For example, when you get a sprain, if the trainer says, "I'll be fine because I'm going to tap it," you can concentrate on the dance with peace of mind.
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My goal is to remain on the stage as a strong expressive body and spirit, no matter how many. To that end, I must maintain myself and maintain my body firmly.

Photography cooperation: Don Giovanni