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6 hours ago 10. Poi Dancing: The Beginner Series (Udemy) As one of the rare longer-form dance courses online, this 13-hour tutorial will have you dancing as a confident poi spinner by the end. Nick Woolsey is your teacher for the course, which is …

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4 hours ago In the dance world, strength training often is viewed as a tool for losing weight or preventing injury or producing bigger jumps. Aside from the losing weight trope—that’s just toxic diet culture applied mostly to women’s bodies dressed in the cloak of acceptable language—these are great reasons to lift weights.

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6 hours ago My courses are designed to simplify strength training, save you time class planning and optimize your dancer's skills. All courses are hand crafted using my 25 years of dance training, 10 years of coaching and fitness expertise. If you're interested in a one stop shop for safe and effective strength training for you dancers, please explore

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9 hours ago Strength and conditioning for dancers — Present Tense Fitness

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1. Master techniques to keep the spine, pelvis, neck, and every joint neutral. Teach your students to neutralize as it is fundamental. Learning to keep joints neutral may not be rocket science, but you will be grateful for having learned these techniques when your body is older.
2. Emphasize postural education, not just exercises, and stretches. Educate dancers on awareness of their current posture, and teach them what "good posture" is.
3. Common muscle imbalances to keep in mind. Here's a short list of muscles that I often see are weak and need to spend some time "waking up" initially
4. Train like any other athlete. If the dancer is structurally ready and has no weird pain or injuries that need addressing, dancers can be put on a plan similar to athletes.
5. Monitor their recovery carefully. Many dancers become over-trained due to the stress that dance and the industry as a whole, places on the mind and body.
6. Pay attention to which season you are in. To avoid burnout, you should also pay attention to which season you are in. Your training goals should be different in the on vs. off-season: You need to treat your body differently in the competition season compared to the summer when you are unlikely to be taking regular technique classes.
7. Supplemental training. Supplemental training needs to be at an intensity that is higher than the typical technique class. A dancer should share her assessment on a scale of perceived exertion from one through ten.
8. A dditional Conditioning. The type of additional conditioning should be geared towards the dancer’s weaknesses. A dancer facing difficulty with slower movements may lack strength while if she needs help moving more quickly she should train for power.
9. Strength-building exercises. Strength-building exercises can be included by pairing dancers up and asking them to provide manual resistance for each other.
10. Plyometric-type exercises. Plyometric-type exercises can be incorporated into a class by asking dancers to complete several jumps in sequence while focusing on explosiveness instead of technique.

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7 hours ago Weight Training is a catch all term for resistance training – adding a load to your basic body-weight movements in an organized fashion with the purpose of gaining strength, building size (hypertrophy), increasing muscular endurance, or improving power. Injury is primarily caused by trauma, a lack of proper technique, compromising weight over

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4 hours ago Improve your physical fitness and help others to the same with the free online Fitness courses from Alison. Our certificate courses on Physical Education, such as our Fitness Training Principles and Methods and Coaching Styles and Techniques courses, are designed to be short and to the point, taking less than 3 hours each.

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3 hours ago Today's video is all about strength training for dancers. We cover 3 areas that we feel dancers should focus on. We also cover why we feel that dancers need

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6 hours ago TARGET TRAINING is dedicated to optimizing performance and improving technique of Irish dancers through physical and cognitive training specific to their art. Long time competitive and professional Irish dancer and instructor, Ellen G. Waller has dedicated her life to Irish dance. Her talent as a dancer has led her to perform for thousands

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3 hours ago DF group = Dance Fitness group; DFFT = Dance Fitness and functional strength training group; Data are expressed as mean (M) and standard deviation (SD) based on marginal means and the following baseline leves of reference represented by discontinued line: GH = 62.14, PF = 86.30, SF = 80.68, PR = 80.45, ER = 69.05, BP = 74.07, V = 56.8, MH = 70.07.

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9 hours ago Target Training is here to help. Target Training's Online Institute offers specially designed programming to increase the strength and power you need to overcome obstacles and take yourself to that next level. - Improve your overall Irish dance technique through our signature strength and conditioning program, The 20 Minute Workout.

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3 hours ago Earn fitness and personal trainer continuing education credits with online courses, distance education and live workshops & seminars from the American Council on Exercise.

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Just Now Pilates for Buff Bones® is a medically-endorsed, full body workout for bone strengthening and balance, using Pilates, strength training, functional movement, and rehabilitative exercise. Toning your arms, legs, hips, back and abs, the Buff Bones® system also improves posture, is adaptable to varying levels, and is even safe for osteoporosis.

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Just Now RELATED ARTICLE: STRENGTH TRAINING – 20 MINUTES TO FIT! Beyoncé. Stand up straight with your feet together, knees slightly bent, arms in the shape of a field goal. (A) Lift your left hip as you lower your left elbow. (B) Then lower your right elbow toward your right hip. Repeat this motion four times.

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Udemy is the go-to place for online learning. The platform has over 150,000 courses instructed in more than 64 languages on its site. This course is one of the many dance classes found on Udemy. If you want to learn more about performance, you can also see my guide on online acting classes. 10. Poi Dancing: The Beginner Series (Udemy)


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