Southern California Specialty Aqua Seminar

$59.00

$59.00 In Stock
$59.00 In Stock
$59.00 In Stock
$59.00 In Stock

SATURDAY APRIL 22

8:00am-5:00pm

The new very high intensity training in the morning, contrasted with a low impact program in the afternoon. You will get new ideas for different populations.

 

DWTT-Deep Water Tabata Training                        (CDWTT)

8:30am-12:15pm

3.0 AEA CECs

Tabata is considered one of the toughest forms of high intensity interval training. This workshop will teach you how to deliver a high intensity deep-water program based on the research of Dr Tabata. Inspired by his methodology learn the applicable moves that can be successfully executed in deep water. If you are looking for new class formats this workshop will provide a safe, effective program for your more athletic clients.

 

Gentle Moves                                                            (CGM)

1:30pm-5:00pm

3.0 AEA CECs

We often need water exercise classes that can accommodate a variety of health issues, regardless of age. Gentle Moves will focus on balance training, gait training, and strength training without any bouncing on the pool floor. Learn how to keep the exercises active, but joint-friendly. Learn how to deliver a lively class full of functional movement that accommodates all ages.

SUNDAY APRIL 23

8:00am-5:00pm

High intensity shallow followed by a special focus on vertical core conditioning moves.

 

Power Moves Boot Camp                                                (CPMBC)

8:30am-12:15pm

3.0 AEA CECs

‘Power Moves’ are a popular intensity variable to offer to the intermediate or advanced level exerciser, and this session will investigate the true components of power moves and their viability in water. Interval training, anaerobic HR response, rebounding, and eccentric/concentric muscle work, will all be included. The lecture will also discuss and clarify ‘plyometrics’, and differentiate between true plyometrics and the plyometric derivative, the power move. In the pool we will work very hard, and include jump training!

 

Vertical Core Conditioning                                                (CVCC)

1:30pm-5:00pm

3.0 AEA CECs

Staying vertical to do core strengthening is functional, normal, comfortable, and truly successful! Crunches make you strong at crunches, but vertical core conditioning makes you strong for everyday activities. Learn how to provide the vertical core challenge in water. We will not be going supine!

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