Acrobatics and technique
TECHNICAL BASE - ELASTICITY - FLEXIBILITY - BALANCE - AERIAL AND STATIC Acrobatics - FIGURES
Learn from high performance athletes with over 10 years of experience in the industry
Acrobatics is a fun and challenging activity that brings many health benefits. It involves balance, agility, concentration, strength and coordination of the whole body.
Discipline for all levels: INITIAL - INTERMEDIATE - ADVANCED
THAT WE WORK IN CLASS
In all sessions, the students will work on classical and contemporary exercises in order to have the technical basis of all disciplines. It is very important to be able to have the necessary body control to perform any movement.
Body control exercises, body blocking, positions, etc.
Ability to stretch and contract muscles. When elasticity occurs, the muscle has the property of recovering its shape after being subjected to a contraction. This is due to the fact that during the contraction phase it is shortened and during the relaxation phase it is stretched.
Physical capacity that allows the greatest joint travel. It allows us to perform larger movements with some part or the whole body.
Exercises that require a specific position of the body to hold with one or a few parts of the body on the ground. They require concentration and attention to be able to perform the exercise correctly. It is usually held with the hands. In this particular case, apart from increasing concentration, the student, when performing the exercise in balance, acquires knowledge of the physical body in operation called levers, that is, knowing how to counteract the limbs and the head to achieve balance .
Gymnastics and skill exercises that involve balance, agility, coordination and a lot of power (advanced exercises). Types of exercises:
STATIC: exercises with a specific posture without movement that require balance, coordination and strength.
AERIALS: combination of acrobatic elements landing on the ground in a single stance that remains in the air for a short space of time. Exercises that require agility.
NO AERIAL PHASE: exercises similar to aerials, but there is always a part of the body in contact with the floor. They all have mobility, they don't stay static at any time.
Result of adopting a specific position, statically, whether in balance or not, forming a spectacular and colorful image. This can be formed by a group of people who are overlapping or simply by one person.
Each student will obtain a diploma issued by the Gi according to the completion of the course. Therefore, it is mandatory to attend at least 90% of the classes.