Form Focused: How to Perform Exercises Correctly to Prevent Injuries
By Julie Rochelle Ervin
Your instructor, Julie Rochelle Ervin
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS Mary Washington College (AKA University of Mary Washington) August 1997 – May 2000 BS Biology University of Virginia June 2000 – May 2003 MS in Biology. Group Fitness Certifications Barreamped Foundations Certification – 2015 Barreamped Advanced Certification - 2016 Barreamped Bootcamp Certification – 2016 Barreamped Extreme Bootcamp Certification- 2016 TRX Certification - 2017 Barreamped Fire Certification - 2017 Barreamped Stretch Certification – 2018 Bellicon® Certification – 2019 Spinning® Certification – 2019 Pilates Suspension Method 1.0 Certification – 2020 Pilates Suspension Method 2.0 Certification - 2020 ACE Group Fitness Instructor Certification – 2020 Pilates Suspension Method 3.0 Certification - 2020 Pilates Suspension Method 4.0 Certification - 2020 Mindful Movements Pilates – Group Fitness Instructor October 2015 – present I teach approximately 6 classes/week. Classes include Barreamped (all levels and types), Bellicon, TRX®, Pilates Suspension Method, and Spinning®.
More often than not, when I walk into and take an exercise class, I am taught by an instructor who knows little (or instructs infrequently) about form. Most individuals do not realize that everything we do, from walking to running, has a proper way to do it. The same is true with exercises. When time is not taken to understand how to do an exercise correctly (with correct form), it leads to injury. In these short videos, I will demonstrate and discuss the correct way to perform common bodyweight exercises performed in fitness classes. Format: Demonstration, explanation, and discussion Needs: A yoga mat Ability levels: Basic to advanced Class Length: 10 minutes/class
I will share a Zoom link to all who sign up.
Once a week - Sunday mornings at noon EST.