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The Real Pilates Standards of Training are distinguished by our focus on 4 key elements. Your weekly assignments are designed to develop your skill in each of these areas as well as your Anatomy, History and more.

WEEK 21 INDEPENDENT WORK

THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL WEEKS OF HOMEWORK IN CANVAS BEYOND THIS WEEK. CONTINUE TO CHECK EVERY WEEK.

POST ANSWERS IN CANVAS: 

ON THE FLOOR ASSIGNMENT

Q. Pull out your advanced order on the MAT.  Make a separate sheet listing all the TRANSITIONS between each exercise as a reference tool for yourself.

FINAL PAPER:

It’s time to start prepping for your final paper. 

TOPIC CHOICE DUE THIS WEEK - PAPER DUE WEEK 24

In the classical Pilates syllabus we are guided by SIX principles. Control, Concentration, Centering, Precision, Breath and Flow. Select one principle and argue why it is the most important principle. Limit your argument to between 750 - 1000 words. This week Post your choice to the board.

Include the following in your paper:

  • One Anatomical or Physiological reference/ source that relates to your choice.

  • One Citation of a credible scientific reference or source. (See below)

  • One Quote directly from Joseph Pilates.

  • A sample Draft paper is included Here.

  • Check this Resource list for research and articles - I will add to this list as I find interesting content.

  • Website resource for how to cite is here. We use AMA (American Medical Association Style)

Note in your calendar that your project will be due Week 24 - POST DOCUMENT LINK TO CANVAS.

Program Design: Assignment Part II

Review the research review on the Elderly and exercise.  Highlight the main points of the article.  

a. In no less than 2 paragraphs respond to the article with an explanation of how this information should influence your training routines with your elderly clients.

b. Include any prior ideas you may have had and how this may or may not have changed.  

c. Be sure to include any real life experiences you have had training seniors.

Anatomy OVERVIEW

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!