Alright, so if you’re not sure you want to grab a copy of the discounted pre-order of the Swinging Reference Guide Level 1, you can check out this teaser, which is full of useful conceptual and practical tips on how to train dynamic swinging skills.
If you’re interested in getting the teaser and a discounted pre-order of the Swinging guide, go here instead!
The Swinging Reference Guide Level 1 will include:
How to Use This Guide
Dynamic Aerial Periodization
AERIAL PERIODIZATION TIMELINE
Programming Changes Based on Aerial Access
SHOULD I DO A LEG DAY? WON’T IT MAKE MY BUTT HEAVY?
SHOULD I DO A CARDIO? WILL IT MAKE ME TIRED?
Beats Progression/Variation Table
How to Choose an Apparatus For Swinging?
Key Principles to Maintain Momentum
Feel That Momentum Sing…Building Your Beats
Recommendations for Building Embodied Ease of Swinging
When should you work your dynamics within a training session?
Injury Prevention and Beginning Your Swing(ing)
Recommended Guidelines per Joint for Range of Motion, Stability, and Strength
Let the Beat Drop – Getting Started!
Talent Tree for Swinging
Beat Pathway Fundamentals including beginning to intermediate 2-arm and beginning 1-arm swings
If you’re an advanced aerialist, stay tuned for The Swinging Reference Guide Level 2, which will cover advanced swinging skills on 1 and 2 arms (like 2-arm dislocates/inlocates/back salto, 1-arm beat to flag/fulltwist, 2-arm beat to delchev/seat, 1-arm beat to scorpion, 1-arm inlocates/dislocates, transitioning from 2 to 1-arm swinging, 2-arm/1-arm beat to front waist wrap, and beat to 2-arm Back C and 2-arm fulltwist.