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Let's Go on an Exercise Adventure! (Ninja Hero Workout)
In this fun, upbeat class, we take part in a guided workout using bodyweight and aerobic exercise that follows a cartoon-style story on the screen. Learners imitate movements of the hero to advance through levels and complete the adventure.
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In this fast-paced exercise class, learners follow a cartoon-style slideshow of a ninja undertaking an adventure. The ninja must run, sneak, duck, jump, and fight through dangers, traps, and enemies to save the day. Learners imitate the movements of the ninja throughout the adventure and share in the glory of victory! Coach Erick will enthusiastically demonstrate the movements in real time and provide specific instructions as well as encouragement. The goal is to keep moving as much as...
Students will learn that working out can be fun! They will also increase physical fitness and stamina.
The hero in the adventure uses a sword. Learners may wish to have their own "sword" which could be a toy sword, a cardboard tube, a pool noodle, or any non-dangerous, stick-like object. Learners will be encouraged to swing their "swords" at various points in the adventure. If a student does not have a "sword," the "fighting" movements can be pretend. Learners will need enough space to move around in front of their devices. They should be able to stand and have several feet in each direction with no obstructions or tripping hazards. This will prevent accidental collisions with the learner and with the "sword" as well as falls. Please ensure that your learner has water on hand during class.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
- This class contains cartoon violence against non-human enemies. - Safety is the top proiority! Remember to be aware of potential hazards including, but not limited to, needing an open workout space, proper footwear, a water bottle, and adequate stretching beforehand. As with all physical activities, injury can occur if not properly supervised.
More fun than cleaning your room
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
147 total reviews
55 completed classes
Hello! My name is Erick. I have a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Furman University. I'm an online teacher, a martial arts instructor with black belts in Judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a business owner, and most recently, an...