What constitutes your core can be considered in a range of different ways. In this short course we’ll look at different perspectives on the core, including the benefits and risks of core training, along with practical training suggestions that can be applied to pole and aerial training.
The course may take you anywhere between 4-6 hours to complete. Because it is broken into smaller sections within each unit, you can take a break at any time and find it is easy to pick up where you left off.
At the end of the course, you’ll find a series of theory questions to test you on what you have learned and help you embed it into your practice. whilst much of this revolves around the look, there are a wealth of reasons why understanding how your core works and training it correctly can be of benefit to you. From assisting with daily life to high-level athletic performance, developing a strong and stable core is vital. Pole and aerial disciplines are, of course, no exception. In fact, they require an even stronger and better functioning core than most activities. That’s why, in this mini-module, we’re going to take a top-to-bottom, front-to-back look at the core to help you to support your own practice and that of your students.
You will need:
- access to the internet via a PC, laptop, or mobile device
- a minimum of 30 minutes’ study/training time per week (to complete the course within the 1-year deadline)
This course is theory-based with no practical elements. It’s suitable for all certified pole and aerial instructors, as well as pole and aerial students who are interested in expanding their theoretical knowledge.
This course has a theory assessment only; questions related to each unit of the course and are multiple choice, or short answers.
You will have 1 year from the date you are enrolled onto the course to complete the online study and assessment.