Mini Course: Athletic Drills & H.I.I.T. 101
How to increase intensity by adding body weight exercises to a cardio kickboxing class
Learn how to incorporate body weight drills into a cardio kickboxing class to increase intensity, strength, and speed and agility for your class participants. You will learn the difference between athletic drills and H.I.I.T. and how to add an athletic, drill-based component to your cardio kickboxing classes.
Highlights & Perks:
- Learn skills you can use in various formats
- Understand the variables needed for H.I.I.T.
- Learn how to incorporate body weight athletic drills to a music based format
- Self-paced instruction
Shane Barnard, JD, is the creator of the UrbanKick format and instructor certifications. She is the co-founder of Urbanplay, a non-profit program for youth, and a fitness blogger for MyFitnessPal/Under Armour. With over 20 years of fitness experience, she is a nationally recognized presenter and currently teaches at Crunch, Athleta/Gap Inc., and the University of California at Berkeley where she is also a health coach. Shane is a CEC provider for NASM, AFFA, and ACE and a twice honored ambassador for lululemon.
National Academy of Sports Medicine, CPT
American Council on Exercise, Group Fitness
Athletics and Fitness Association of America, Group Fitness
“This was so fun/amazing! Thank you so much for the in depth training and detailed feedback.” -- Alex Brown, Graduate of Online Cardio Kickboxing Instructor Training