Bodyweight Strength Training Workshop with Simon Ata
May 16, 2020 @ 9:00 am - May 17, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
Introduction to Body Weight Strength Training with Simon Ata a.k.a Simonster
Learn from a world-leading bodyweight expert! Simonster’s bodyweight strength training workshop will provide a systematic methods for students get strong through bodyweight training. With a background in physiotherapy, Simon will be teaching science based methods for maximizing strength with emphasis on safety and longevity. The purpose of this workshop is to empower participants with knowledge and techniques they can apply to their own practice to further their development. This workshop is suitable for ALL levels and will provide a blueprint for progressing from absolute beginner to bodyweight mastery. The workshop will take place over two days, with each day consisting of two, three hours modules.
Simonster is a world leader in bodyweight training. Starting gymnastics at an early age, he became passionate about mastering control of the body and immersed himself in the world of bodyweight strength training. Expanding his skillset with training in martial arts, circus, and breakdance, his movements and teachings reflect a mixture of knowledge from each of these disciplines.
Attaining a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree alongside personal training qualifications furthered his understanding of the body from an academic side and accelerated his training methods and skill. Simonster strives to open the door to bodyweight training for beginners and maximize results for advanced athletes by creating effective and systematic training programs backed by scientific evidence and personal experience.
What to expect?
Introduction to Bodyweight Strength Training with Simon Ata
- How to create a bodyweight training program
- How to progress in bodyweight exercises from easy to hard
- Fundamental strength skills and training principles
- Mobility/flexibility development
Skills Covered :
- Handstand push-ups
- Front lever
- Back lever
- Human flag (side lever)
- Muscle-up (bar and rings)