You might have noticed some construction around here… I’ve been hard at work planning what’s new for me and Circus Mobility in 2021.Read More I’m Knocking 2021 Out of the Park. Are You With Me?
The Hip Superman & Airplane is a great exercise for improving the strength of the gluteus medius, minimus, and deep external rotators as well as the proprioceptive components of the hip.Read More Mobility Tip: Stabilize the Hips with Supermans and Airplanes
Whether it’s splits or backbending, we want to avoid place all of our bend into a couple of vertebrae.Read More Mobility Tip: Don’t Dump Into Your Low Back
Splits, splits, splits! Focus on your back leg if you want to improve your splits. A great way to ensure that you don’t over-stretch your hamstrings, a super common injury for aerialists and over-eager stretchers, is to take them out of the equation. 1. All you have to do is place blocks under your front […]Read More Mobility Tip: Focus On Your Back Leg If You Want To Improve Your Splits
One of the most common issues I see with neck hangs (on all apparatuses) is not properly activating your deep neck flexors.Read More Technique Tip: Neck Hangs
The balancing act of training is imparting enough stress to see gains, but not so much as to cause serious damage or poor performance.Read More Are you training to failure? Maybe you shouldn’t be.
Do you watch aerial videos on IG and think, “how the hell do they get so much power?”Read More Technique Tips: S-Beats
Whether you’re looking to lift into cheststands or increase the height of your trapeze beats, you’ll want to thoroughly warm up your hip extension and back.Read More Mobility Tip: Warm Up Your Underbutt & Low Back Dynamically for Dynamic Skills
If you have a way to secure a rope or silks safely overhead (no full aerial weight needed), that all you need for this drill that I learned from PJ Perry.Read More QuaranTips: Side Planche Prep & Grip Training on Silks or Rope
On Saturday, I completed a certification in Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT).Read More Do you dance?