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 20 INDEPENDENT WORK
LINK: WEEK 19 ANSWER KEY
LINK: WEEK 20 MEETINGS
POST ANSWERS IN CANVAS:
ON THE FLOOR ASSIGNMENT
Reminder - you should be prepared to demonstrate your Full Intermediate Workout this week if asked.
Q. Make a schedule for the next 9 weeks that gets you to the finish line (or close). Map out the hours you need according to what you have accomplished and what you might be missing according to your individual requirements. Share where you are and how you plan to finish.
Tracking is key to your progress. If you hold your calendar and hours due against the material you have learned you may find correlations between the percentage of time you have spent.
The Elders: Eve Gentry
Q. Eve says that “Pilates is a concept”. What do you feel about this statement at this point in your training?
Q: A local reporter calls you and wants to talk Pilates. She says that she heard it’s great for stretching tight muscles and that the new Mega-former (click here) and here sounds like it’s the best workout for women. How do you respond?
PROGRAM DESIGN ASSIGNMENT
Read the research review on the Elderly and exercise. Share your reactions in the Assignment Board. Does this influence your teaching or your planning with any of your existing clients?
get ready to test out - tip
The spirit of Pilates is it’s most profound gift. The feeling that you can do anything is the most important sentiment to deliver to your clients. Focus on what they can do. Bring them to the edge of their potential. Celebrate their triumphs and their sweat. Honor their bodies and this body of work every day.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK!