Hi! Below is a copy of an email I sent out two weeks ago to my newsletter. I will post the second worksheet as well. Sign up to get on my list and receive helpful content like this!
Do you ever feel like you're wandering through a maze of possibilities of aerial skills and tricks, and you're not sure which way to turn next? How do you choose what to work on? There are so many skills, tricks, and poses to explore, and that number just multiplies with every apparatus you add to your repertoire.
With so many exciting directions to take, it's not easy to wrap your head around it all. You have many options, but limited time and energy. You have to figure out a way to forge a PATH, or you'll be stuck wandering in the maze forever.
I have had a lot of success with aerial planning. Like a LOT. Without it, I wouldn't have had nearly as many breakthroughs and I wouldn't be as strong as I am now. And I am not the most organized person by nature--it took a lot of discipline to create a system I could rely on.
I wanted to offer you some materials that would help you to reflect on and plan your aerial goals too. I have developed a series of worksheets that will serve as a touchstone for your aerial training.
Each worksheet directs your attention to a different important aspect of your training. While the worksheets provide a great template, I did find that many of my entries needed more space. I took those entries to my aerial notebook (and I have ONE more in stock if you want a place to track your goals and training plans too).
The first worksheet prompts you to reflect on the past year and write down new skills you learned, skills you improved, major breakthroughs, and stuck points/skills you are working on.