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18 Aerial Hoop Split Moves

18 Aerial Hoop Split Moves

A split move is always a crowd pleaser and for good reason! It takes flexibility and strength to get a good split, both of which take time and effort to achieve. Luckily, a lot of split moves on the hoop can be an illusion. If you know the right position to hold the camera and which way to angle your body, you can make a split move look amazing, even if you’re not quite there yet!

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Aerial Silks 9 Catchers Variations

Aerial Silks 9 Catchers Variations

A catchers is one of the first inverted moves you learn on the aerial silks. It can be hard to get your head around how to wrap your leg, but once you have nailed that it’s a great move to do! The catchers is the starting move for lots of other moves. There are also lots of different ways into and out of it, making it an amazing move to include in combinations and routines.

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Great New Years Resolutions for Pole and Aerial!

Great New Years Resolutions for Pole and Aerial!

Happy New Year! It’s that time of year again where I’m sitting down to write my new years resolutions. They usually include: eat less chocolate (I’m currently finishing off the last of the quality street, Christmas calories still don’t count, right?!), do more ab workouts and get into a gym routine. Everyone has different goals for their pole and aerial training so I’ve put together a list of great resolutions that can help you with your goals!

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15 Under the Hoop Moves

15 Under the Hoop Moves

Learning and practising moves under the hoop is such a useful thing to do. Most hoops are set at a height that you need to invert to get into them. This helps you build strength and control. It also means you have room underneath to make lovely shapes!

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Tips to Nail that Trick!

Tips to Nail that Trick!

Everyone has that one trick they just can’t do. There’s no reason you can’t do it, you’re strong and flexible enough. You can do lots of harder moves but for some reason this one move is just not happening. It’s so frustrating! Luckily you’re not alone, almost everyone has a nemesis move. (Mine are: pole – janeiro, hoop – barrel rolls, silks – splits balance.) I got so annoyed at not being able to do them that I just avoided them but now I’m determined to revisit the moves I should be able to do and nail them!