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Found In Flexibility

Flexibility Vs Strength Do You Bend Or Break?

Researching for this newsletter we were surprised to find that many health experts, like this sports injury Doctor, believe that certain types of strength training (e.g. aerial) can actually increase flexibility: “I can recommend with some conviction that resistance exercises (Pull-Up’s, Climbs etc.) and dynamic movements involving body...
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Finding Your Style

A Guide For Aerialists

WHAT IS YOUR AERIAL STYLE? Style is learned, adopted, manipulated, and developed over time. Sometimes on accident, sometimes on purpose, and often times both. Your style as an aerialist is a combination of the quality of your movement, technique, music choices, subject matter, trick combinations and transitions. Your style is what...
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Conquering the Micro-Bend

5 Tips to Beautiful Legs in the Air

Have you ever caught a glimpse of yourself inverting on the silks in the studio mirror or reviewed a training video and thought “Aaargh!, why are my knees not straight? They totally felt like they were straight!” If so, you may have been experiencing the dreaded and oh-so-common...
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Safety In Aerial Arts

Knowledge is power

As aerialists and aerial students it is hugely important to have a solid understanding of safety in Aerial Arts. Even if you only train at one reputable aerial studio that has excellent safety practices and are an experienced and confident aerialist, the time may...
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Invert Progressions on the Aerial Silks

A Mini Video Training

Hi Aerialist! Brett and I are super excited to bring you our first ‘mini’ video training workshop today, all about inverts. Whether you are a beginning aerial student who is working on inverting from the floor (trust us, it gets easier!) or an advanced-level...
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5 Simple Steps to Fabulous (over) Splits!

Earn your Standing O in your Double Footlock Splits!

For some of us, flexibility comes more easily then others and there are usually parts of our bodies that are more naturally ‘bendy.’ For example I have always had reasonably flexible hamstrings but my hips and shoulders are naturally tight and I have to...
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