It is a great opportunity! The first and only course for competitive coaches, for those who want to increase their technical knowledge, for those who want to understand how to organize the technical program of their athletes.
This course offers coaches the opportunity to point out the work they’ll doing with their athletes in preparation for the competitive year.
The course is open to all athletes, judges, coaches, instructors or aspiring such, of Pole Dance-Pole Sport with at least the basic knowledge of Pole, then all those who have judged, who have participated in national and international competitions or who have already trained athletes who have taken part in national and international competitions, can attend the course.
The course is almost entirely theoretical, the only practical part will be the one concerning flexibility and spotting of dynamic movements. The course will be in Italian, with simultaneous translation into English.
Here's the course schedule:
1- Programming of the training on an annual basis; 2- Choice of competitions; 3- Importance of the artistic component; 4- Methodology and teaching of dynamic elements (spotting at movements) 5- Accident prevention 6- The coach-athlete relationship; 7- Tension or anxiety before the race 8- The Burn Out of the coach 9- Extreme Flexibility
Davide Lacagnina: POSA President, International Master Jury Trainer, International Master Coaches Trainer, Second Level Gymnastics Coach (Italian Gymnastics Federation)
Alessandra Marchetti: 2013 Pole Sport World Champion, International Master Jury Trainer, International Head Judge, Third Level Gymnastics Trainer (Italian Gymnastics Federation)
Riccardo Brilli: National Trainer Women's Section Fourth Level Coach (Italian Gymnastics Federation), Federal Coach Male Section (Third Level); Head of the FGI Academy of Tirrenia. Master trainer of Italian Gymnastics Federation. Expert coach of F.I.G. (International Gymnastics Federation) for which he held training courses for coaches, under the aegis of Olympic solidarity at the Ecuadorian federations in 1998 and at the Peruvian Federation in 1999.
Timetable: Thursday 30 January: 15.30-19 Friday 31 January: morning 10-13; afternoon 15-19 Saturday, February 1: morning 10-13; afternoon from 15-19; Sunday, February 2: morning 10-13; afternoon from 15-17, from 17.30 written exam with multiple choice questions.
Prices: The enrolment to the course is 200€ per person. The price does not include the accommodation. All participants will be sent by email the teaching material from January 1, 2020. As it is only a theoretical course, maximum limit of people admitted tostay at the Olympic Center is to: 60 people. After this number, people will be accommodated in hotels affiliated with CPO Formia. The price per person (per night) for those who will not be staying in the center, may vary. Enrolments in the course, will close on January 20, 2020.
Accommodation rates: All inclusive stay (full board: breakfast, lunch, dinner):
- euro 52,00 in double room (per person); - euro 72,00 in single room. Rates per person per day including VAT (if due) and no tourist tax. Attention: the payment of the rooms (accomodation) must be paid directly at the Olympic Training Centre of Formia, it can be paid directly there.
How to pay the training (the room is paid directly to the center):
Bank transfer: Beneficiary: Pole Sports & Arts World Federation (POSA) Bank: PostFinance SA IBAN: CH69 0900 0000 9186 6136 3 BIC: POFICHBEXXX
After making the payment, please send an email to email@example.com , with the receipt, specifying, if possible, with whom you want to share the room in Formia, to be included in the list of participants and in the planning rooms that we will send at the CPO Formia.
Students who will pass the exam, will be issued an official POSA Diploma, recognized by CSI Italy (Italian Sports Centre) sports promotion body recognized by CONI, WRF (World Recognize Federations Association) and CSIT.
For the best students (those who pass the test with a very high score), a federal proposal will be made to become an Official POSA Coaches Master Trainer.... See MoreSee Less
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION!!! The organization has decided to move the competition in March and change the structure of it. It will be the first World Championship for the Aerial Art. The rule-books will be totally new and ad hoc basing it on the Art World and circus arts!!
KIDS AERIAL TRAINING EQUILIBRE A CURA DI PAOLA ZUBBANI E GIANPAOLO RONCARATI
Aerial Equilibre propone un corso finalizzato alla formazione e al perfezionamento di insegnanti per i corsi di danza e acrobatica aerea per bambini nella fascia di età trai 7 e i 12 anni. Gli insegnanti formatori Aerial Equilibre da sempre dedicati all’insegnamento bambini, non solo nelle discipline aeree, ma anche in danza, acrobatica e parkour, hanno messo a punto un metodo efficace nello sviluppo psicofisico dei bambini nel percorso danza e acrobatica aerea.
SUDDIVISIONE DEL CORSO
Il corso si articolerà su due moduli A e B
Modulo A Affronterà la preparazione di tessuto a nodo e cerchio su tre diverse fasce di età: 7 - 8 anni 9 - 10 anni 11 - 12 anni
Modulo B Affronterà la preparazione di tessuto aperto ed imbrago su una fascia di età: 10 - 12 anni
- PREPARAZIONE FISICA e rispetto del corpo in fase di crescita
- IMPOSTAZIONE DELLA LEZIONE riscaldamento potenziamento stretching elementi di pre-acrobatica potenziamento funzionale
The Candian Pole Sports and Arts Federation presents the 2020 World Pole Sports & Arts Academic Conference. This event is to be held at the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame. Featuring presentations by Greg Johnson (MS, CSCS from the USA) on "LTAD and youth pole athletes," Dr. Joanna Nicholas (Australia) on the "science of pole," Ashley Wiggins (BA, POSA International Master Trainer, Canada) on the "history of pole sports," Rafaela Montaro (USA) and "training for pole sports,the athletes perspective," and Davide Lacagnina (president of POSA, Italy) on the "future of pole sports." Take the opportunity to sit amongst top global sports personalities and learn about this largely established world sport that is growing rapidly within Canada. There will be very limited seating (50), tickets are available at www.cpsaf.teamapp.com/store... See MoreSee Less
2020 POSA Pole Art World Championships June 5-6th, 2020 Grant Harvey Centre Fredericton, NB Canada
Sponsored by X-Pole, Supplement King Fredericton, Sports Tourism Fredericton , 123Poling, Rockstars Closet, Brass Monkey Aerial Training Centre, Scotch Lake Sugar Bush and more!
OFFERING: Amateur & Elite Pole Art World Championships DIVISIONS: JA, JB, Masters and Seniors (Doubles and Singles)
SPECIAL EVENTS: June 3rd 6:00pm: Pole Sports and Arts Academic Conference June 4th 7:00pm: Fredericton Sports Tourism will be producing a concert in historic downtown Fredericton for the city to welcome the Pole Art Worlds Athletes. This concert will be open to the public free of charge and is being produced specifically for the Worlds Athletes entertainment and also for the city of Fredericton and guests from all over Canada to meet worlds athletes and see how large our sport is internationally.
How to Qualify:
option 1: Place top three are your POSA accredited national championships in either amateur or elite (competitive) divisions.
option 2: If a POSA national federation does not yet exist in your country you can compete in an international open division offered in another country with a POSA Accredited national federation to receive a qualifying score.
option 3: If a POSA national federation does not yet exist in your country and if a country offering an international open division is not accessible to you, you may email the organizer for registration and qualifying information special to this circumstance.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION is available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have already qualified please email the Canadian Pole Sports and Arts Federation to be added to the Pole Art Worlds Competitor Group.
Athletes from all across Canada will compete in the National Pole Sports Championship, Pole Art Canada, and Aerial Sports Championships to qualify for the 2020 Team Canada, 2020 POSA Pole Sport Worlds, 2021 POSA Pole Art Worlds, Pole Championship Series, and POSA Aerial Sport World Championships.