WORKSHOP TOPICS

Whether you are a trainer who wants to learn proper progressions and regressions for calisthenics or you are simply a fitness enthusiast who wants to be able to do a Pull Up - taking one of my workshops will help you achieve your goal! A basic workshop lasts an average of 2-4 hours and can be focused on any of the following topics:

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  • PISTOL SQUAT, SKATER SQUAT & OTHER LEG EXERCISES

  • FROM WALL PUSH UPS TO ONE ARM PUSH UPS

  • PROGRESSING TO FULL PULL UPS AND BEYOND

Above workshops can be focused on regressions or progressions that will help you learn how to get to the point where you can do any of those movements as well as go beyond that by taking your calisthenics to a complete new level learning such complex movements as One Arm Push Ups and Archer Chin Ups! This part is flexible and can be adjusted to your group’s interest in any of the topics I mentioned above.


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HOW TO SCHEDULE A WORKSHOP?

Typical price for a 3 hour workshop is $100 per person with a minimum of 5 participants. Gym host gets to keep 20% of sales plus 1 free spot at the workshop. Price can be adjusted depending on length of the workshop. Please email me with any additional questions you may have!

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

  • TECHNIQUE. Even though calisthenics are considered to be a lot safer than most other fitness modalities, you can still get hurt! Some of the common injuries related to bodyweight exercises involve knee, wrist and shoulder all of which can be avoided considering you know how to do them. So first and foremost expect to learn the proper technique!

  • PROGRAM DESIGN. Unlike training with weights were most of the progress is based on increasing in the amount of weight lifted, calisthenics use other variable such as leverage. Once you know how to manipulate leverage, you’ll feel very comfortable progressing in your program. Other important variables such as reps and hold times will be addressed as well.

  • IMPORTANT CUES. Good cues are crucial when teaching your clients new movements and I’m happy to share great cues that I’ve learned over the years to help my clients understand proper positioning during headstands, push ups and other bodyweight exercises!