One of the advantages of our training systems is their flexible structure, around a fixed backbone. That backbone, the axis which must be followed in order for the class to reach its objective and be successful from a physiological perspective. It is important to respect the moments that make up a class, like the Physical and Psychological Preparation (Warm Up), Training and Relax. All these components not only have to be part of a class, but they themselves need to be balanced in order for the class to be a SAFE one.
As we believe that a class guide is most recommended to follow the objective of the class, we are also aware that each training group is different, whether by age, physical characteristics or chosen time frame for training. There are differences between a group training at eight o'clock in the morning and one training at seven in the evening. That is why we present the instructors a series of options:
Option 1: Use the class as it was proposed:
The instructor learns the choreography that comes with each mix. Then they only have to perform the same class with their clients. This allows the new instructor to get familiar with our new musical proposal and then be able to adapt or create their own classes. A simple method to present a new workout.
Option 2: Adapt the class to your group:
Using the choreography of the mix as a starting point, some steps and movements can be adapted to increase or decrease the intensity of the class and thus adjust the level of every mix to the level of each group.
Option 3: Create a completely new class:
In each certification course, the instructor will not only acquire the tools to perform a class in front of a group of participants, but also learn to create a class from zero, using only music as reference.
This way, the instructor can use his creativity and is also able to give the class a personal touch.
It is also important to know that each program incorporates different proposals for each training. Thus, each program has different class models to make things more interesting at the time of introducing the programs into the schedule. When put together, all these options and the knowledge of the instructors create a really strong and totally versatile working tool, applicable for every group of participants and at any time of the day.