Pilates instructors are very fond of using fitball since it offers body stabilization, balance and control.
It can be used as a resistance or as an unstable surface. It can also make an exercise easier. Fitballs are great for core strengthening, physical improvement and joints protection. There are ideal for functional training and rehabilitation. Due to their versatility they can offer a challenging program.
Everyone enjoys it since it looks like a toy and has a bright color. The first thing someone usually thinks is “how fun it would be to sit on it and bounce”. You can exercise your entire body with a fitball as effectively as training with Pilates machines. The size of the fitball is important: when seated on it, the hips and knees should be at 90°.
The first level includes prepilates exercises and 29 basic exercises. There are also variations and modifications according to trainees’ physical condition and injuries. It is ideal for women during and post pregnancy and for people with osteoporosis or elderly.
The first level of fitball training includes a DVD (with all modifications and variations) along with the manual.
The student receives a folder with informative material, pen, block and Fitball Pilates Level I manual with photos.
Fitball Pilates Level I Requirements:
The student must have Mat Program Level I Certificate.
Date: January 17, 2020 12:00-15:00
Instructor: Solomonidou Varvara
This seminar is designed for both Fitness & Health Professionals (Personal Trainers, Certified TEFAA Teachers, Pilates & Yoga Instructors, Physiotherapists etc).
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