A typical class would first start with cardio and core work before moving onto flexibility work. Flexibility work would consist of stretching splits and working on back arches carefully. There might be a little pain but it is unavoidable. After that, the student would focus on apparatus skills with an apparatus of their choice. Finally, the class would end with simple stretches.
I am a qualified teacher under BOSTOS completing my Masters of teaching. In my lessons we Focus on the "HOW" aspect and the "WHY". depending on your subject matter we analyze why or why not the results are being achieved and we develop patterns and Fun and creative exercises to keep you on the move and ready to succeed in the area you need help in.
My teaching method is very simple in attracting students towards what I make them learn to get their interest. I base my teaching skills based on the student I teach to make them learn perfectly on what I teach.
M.S. Ed. with a Specialization in Reading and Literacy, Capella University, 2010; Currently an Education doctoral candidate Specializing in the 1:1 Environment, Capella, University, K-12.
teaching means motivate the children to achieve higher goals and help them to there dreams come true particularly school kids and graduates and college students to understand mantel capacity and how much can take work load and how to give good guidance to them and make them to fallow good habitue ls
I used to be a former state representative in rhythmic gymnastic back in my home country in Malaysia. I used to train 8 hours a day when competition is around the corner. Also, during my free time, i used to coach children from about age 7-12 or maybe even older.
This course is designed for people who want to develop important skills such as balance, stretching capacity, gracefulness. It can be taught to people of all ages. I propose an individual approach based on the level of students' preparation. I try to combine the strict framework of the Russian school of rhythmic gymnastics and the European attitude to the health of gymnasts.
I have worked for 5 years with children. A lesson lasts at the beginning 1hour. We start with standing and sitting warming-up, then doing some jumps. There is a small game for children and then some stretching. At the end, there are some exercises for the abdominal muscles and etc.
I base my lessons on the contents of the CASSAB club, my lessons with the Bulgarian Katerina Ivanova (Ivanova Academy), the latest scientific articles on the techniques of the sport and the video-lessons of former gymnasts Anna Bessonova (Ukrainian national team) and Alina Kabaeva (Russian national team).
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