Who’s to say you can’t simulate the effects of a deep water conditioning class in the shallow end? What is “transitional water training? Examine the physiological benefits that differentiate these two mediums. Explore the aquatic principles of suspension and flotation and how they influence proper alignment, technique, and working positions. Learn which equipment best optimizes your participants time and your teaching technique as a successful means of bridging these two environments, together, in one class!
Equipment: LCD projector, screen, equipment to student ratios: noodles (1:1), buoyancy barbells (2:1), gloves (2:1), buoyancy belt (1:1)
*Can be a master class.
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