Education workshop for aqua fitness instructors
High & Low H2O
Interval training has been an effective form of program design as a form of sports conditioning. Learn how to apply this method of training into an aqua aerobics class without the use of drills. Marietta will explain how to use common aqua moves (and a few new ones) in an interval format to provide an intense and effective workout, while also catering for the beginner exerciser.
Stir Fried Noodles
Stir fried and full of goodness this noodle session is packed full of ideas of how to use the noodle to develop cardiovascular fitness, upper body strength and provide challenging suspended exercises appropriate for both shallow or deep water. Move over soy sauce and Thai flavours, this session is designed for the Aussie aqua class – robust, intense, gutsy and with a cheeky sense of humour.
How can your participants maximise the benefits out of their aqua workout? Join Marietta for this unique opportunity to view under water and above water footage of classic aqua moves and learn how small shifts and changes in physical form can completely alter the aqua experience. Gain valuable insights that most instructors don’t ever see from the pool or the deck, and take home the know-how to coach participants to more effective exercise execution.
Want to explore different ways to move water? Experience the versatility of the humble dumbbell for both shallow and suspended moves. This session will demonstrate how the first pioneering aqua exercise tool can spice up any aqua session and challenge your regular participant’s fitness and strength levels. Ever popular and effective presenter, Marietta will share her creative talents to ensure that you will walk away with new ideas.
Leisurelink, 240 Pioneer Road, Grovedale 3216
Sunday 5th August 2018
8.30am – 4.30pm
$270 early bird until 5 July 2018
$300 full price