I Had a conversation today about a photo that a girl posted of herself doing a dangerous hang with the wrong technique. When I wrote her that this is done in the wrong way and she can fall on her head she replied that it’s just for “fun”, to which I have replied – “fun” can kill or make you crippled.
The Bird’s nest is a beginner move suit for hoop and trapeze. You might find it hard to do at the beginning because sometimes students have difficulties to push their pelvic to the other side once the legs are …
This pose is beautiful by itself but, as many other poses, it’s a transition to many other poses. If you are a beginner you most likely won’t succeed to get into it very easily, and this …
About 2 months ago i came across an abs challenge on Facebook. Now I am not the person to work out all day at the gym, in fact i really hate the “regular” way of …
Since moving to Berlin I have started working more seriously on my flexibility. I find myself surfing on the net a lot finding very interesting reading material and videos. I would like to share some …
You might find it hard to do at the beginning because sometimes students have difficulties to push their pelvic to the other side once the legs are in the right flex position.
My advice is – as always – get somebody to spot you, but as he / she spots you ask them to help you move your pelvic to the right place and to go out of it.
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This is a great opportunity to get a manual that will help you widen your horizons and learn new postures!
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I came across this note on Yuri Marmerstein’s Facebook and wanted to share it with you:
“The battle between strength and flexibility is ongoing. When we gain one, we lose the other.
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The Arrow is a posture I found on my favorite aerial hoop book.
This is the book I go to when I need some new ideas.