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Taught: Doing left, right and center splits Covered: The importance of - warm up, mobility, flexibility, strength and mind set Structure: Introduction of teacher and class ( names and housekeeping) Ice breaker ( e.g. who’s the first person you remember seeing the splits, which of your legs has the most flexibility etc) Why is safety so important Group warm up Explain daily task Lesson for the day Equipment: Carpet or soft floor If floor is hard a towel or matting A resistant band or...
How to do left, right and center splits Proper warm up, conditioning and safety measures How to listen to the body so students don’t over train The importance of collaboration when training
Education: Diploma from The American Music Academy, New York City, USA Diploma from The National Institute of Circus Arts, Melbourne Victoria, Australia Live Experiences: 14 years Head Cheerleading Coach at Mount Alvernia Girl College 30 year as a Professional Acrobat, Circus Artist and Actor ( worked in Theme Parks, On Cruise Ships, worked in America, Japan, United Kingdom, New Zealand and here in Australia).,
A small skipping rope or A resistant band Carpeted or soft floor For a hard floor surface a towel or matting
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This splits class is only limited by one’s imagination. Parents and young people should work together to cheer each other on and help each other where they can. Safety and proper warm up is key to doing splits. 1. Always warm up by doing jumping jacks, skipping or any light activity to ensure all muscles are warmed up prior to class. 2. Never just jump right in to the splits. Even if it seems easy, students could cause long term injures to their tendons, joints and muscles. 3. Always wear appropriate training gear e.g. socks, stretchy pants and a top that doesn’t bunch up or get catch on any part of the body. 4. We recommend that if you have prior injuries or medical conditions not to do this course. 5. Never do splits along if you have no experience or prior training. 6. Splits won’t happen in a day so take your time, come to class, practice with a friend or fitness partner and if you are under 18 get your parents to join in so they can see and hear how they progressions work. From my experience collaborative splits training is best practice. The more encouragement and support each person offers the more fun, exciting and determination everyone will be to succeed.
Professional juggler, MWH Educator & Coach
🇦🇺Lives in Australia
Hey Hey, I am the founder and creative director of Mental Wealth Is Health (MWH). MWH is a creative expression and wellness practice aimed at self care and the four pillars of health (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual). I am here as an...