Participants need not worry about having to remember everything from the weekend.
You can purchase the Arc Gymnastics Coaching Book as an addition.
This is a 150 page document containing the breakdown of each of the Gymnastics Skills. The sections re-caps all the important concepts from the weekend into chapters.
9:00am - 2:30pm
(1 hour lunch)
Flexibility - Part 1
Pull-Up / HSPU:
Lecture 1 (Athletes / Coaches):
Kipping Bar Muscle-Up:
9:00am - 2:30pm
(1 Hour Lunch)
Flexibility - Part 2
Lecture 2 (Athletes / Coaches):
Strict Ring Muscle-Up:
Kipping Ring Muscle-Up:
Lecture 3 (Coaches):
The Seminar is not just for coaches. It's for hobbyists, casual trainers and intermediate athletes with at least 2 Strict Pull-Ups.
Anyone who wants to improve their training knowledge and have practical experience with the necessary progressions and drills should sign up straight away without hesitation.
About 50% of the attendance usually comprises Coaches. The reason they're attracted to this Seminar is because they will learn a lot about the ARC methodology for running classes, and implementing gymnastics into their various coaching practices.
There is one specific lecture only for coaches which takes place at the end of day Saturday - if you're not a coach, you do not need to stay for this.
The reason good movement is on display in my videos is because of the coaching structure, and the breakdown of movements. For this reason, you also will display movement standards you didn't realise you were capable of.
I also tend to prioritise show casing "good" movement, as opposed to "poor" movement.
Unfortunately, for some people, this creates a false perception that everyone is already *amazing* at gymnastics, but the reality is everyones weaknesses will be exposed at this seminar, and that's kind of the point.
If you have 2 Strict Pull-Ups and a kick up to the wall, you're good to go.
The minimum requirement of 2 Pull-Ups is there purely as a recommendation to avoid a certain type of Novice trainer getting overwhelmed.
If you're a beginner, or you're still working on your first Pull-Up, but you have a positive attitude and you're really keen to learn, then please sign up; the first 15 minutes of each practical contains the exact work you need to be doing.
However, if it's likely that you will get mad at yourself, or sulk because there are exercises you struggle with later in the practical, then you should not sign up.
If you want to learn in person - sign up.
If you want to actually possess the basics, I would instead sign up to ARC and do the Level 1 course. This contains the work, and all the learning materials you need to get the basics down.
If you decide to cancel your place anytime 30 days before the Seminar date, you can Email email@example.com and you will receive a full refund.
A refund will not be processed for any reason for cancellations within 30 days of the Seminar date.
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