Every training session, whether it is in Pole Fitness, Aerial silks or in any other sport, must be carefully planned and well-structured. In this way, the trainee acquires gradually the muscle strength and technique needed in aerial lessons.[bctt tweet=”Every training session, whether it is in Pole Fitness, Aerial silks or in any other sport, must be carefully planned and well-structured” username=”verticalwise”]
Being hasty and impatient are typical characteristics of people who engage in a new activity. It is the trainer’s job to set the proper workout pace and make the trainees understand how wise is the old saying “Look before you leap”.
So, Why is it wrong to learn many Aerial / Pole Dance tricks in short time
1. Risk of serious injury
Tricks should be taught at a steady pace, starting from easier and moving to more difficult and complex combinations. We built trainee’s self-confidence, lesson after lesson, helping them to have trust in their own power, in collaboration with their coach. In opposite case, trainees tend to rush in movements and make mistakes, resulting in significant increase of injury.
2. Confusion in assimilation of movements
Each move (either floor or in the air), has a specific name and a specific technique. As time goes on, students who have rushed in might seem that they have reached a certain good level, however, they feel confused and not certain of what they’ve learned.
3. Loss of initial enthusiasm
Usually, students who decide to go and try aerial acrobatics, are initially full of joy and enthusiasm. What is suggested about lessons is to provide them every time with new information, to show them every time a new move, maintaining this way their interest. Students anticipate training and at the same time, have time to improve their technique and strength.
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