I would like to start this post by saying “i’m sorry” for all of you who feel like I’ve neglected you.
I changed countries (again), moved from UK (London) to Germany (Berlin).
In the past few months my husband and I didn’t know where we will live and I was a bit out of my game but now i’m back!
I am going back to train seriously and though I tried to maintain my power i didn’t really do anything artistic since May, so the next 2 months (starting week 2 of September) will be all about going back to train with my aerial acrobatics trainer, my contortion trainer and my lovely friend and trapeze partner.
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I am going to create a video soon to show some aerial conditioning exercises that will make you stronger. Meanwhile, I’ve found a very good YouTube tutorial for “How to do your first pull-up”.
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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 is why i show in the video also an easier way to get into it, BUT it is important to remember that this is not the RIGHT way to get into it, it is an easier way to help you understand what it feels like to be in this pose.
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When I started learning aerial acrobatics I got very frustrated because I wasn’t strong enough. I couldn’t lift my body or my legs because my abs (Abdominal muscles) weren’t strong enough and my biceps / triceps weren’t strong enough and… I kept getting blisters on my hands. IT HURT!
I felt like I would never be strong enough, but I kept fighting. I kept trying to do what I could over and over again, and I won’t lie – it took some time, but I got stronger. I did it on my own, and it worked.
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