Nassib wanted to learn a few different things ranging from Handstands to various QDR holds and transitions. Among these skills was also the infamous bridge kick over. Reason being, he is passionate about movement and has a grading coming up with his local Capoeira club which requires him to be able to perform this particular move. He had done online coaching before with a few different trainers but not quite managed to get where he wanted to be. He was still unable to perform an Elevated Bridge Kick over.
So together, we assessed his current level along with his goals and I came up with a plan, structure and program for him to follow. The past 4 weeks, we decided to fully prioritize his bridge and adjusted the number of workouts as well as the amount of focus on that particular skill. It doesn't always have to be complicated. In fact, it was quite simple, we figured out what worked for him specifically, and doubled down.
Nassib, I dedicate this blog post to you because you are an example of the importance of commitment and consistency when trying to achieve something. You are focused, you work hard and in this short amount of time, you've made some measurable progress.
Online movement training provides the freedom and flexibility to train at your leisure, on your terms, whenever you want and wherever you want. It will never surpass face to face interaction, but it sure is a good use of the tools in this digital age.
I look forward to the next phases in your training, and the rest of your journey.
Keep it up my friend.
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Writing by @farid_herrera - 2018
Movement Teacher and practitioner.