Acrobatics are exciting for children and teenagers. It is both challenging and fascinating to put your balance to the test and build human figures. Very important for this are team spirit and a willingness to cooperate. Many spectacular human pyramids and partner balance figures are easy to learn and great progress can be made in a short time. This book illustrates the basics of partner acrobatics with children and teenagers in a clear and informative way. The topics include not only how to begin and how to organize a practice session, but also different ways to arrange performances. In addition to many preparatory exercises, a practical section presents simple acrobatic figures that have proved to be of value in practice. The variety of techniques, from pyramids to figures of imagination, from dynamic elements to elegant partner figures, is described in detail in individual chapters.Über den Autor:
Michael Blume has been dealing with the theory and practice of acrobatics since his studies. He taught P.E., history and performing arts at a Rudolf-Steiner-School and was associate lecturer for sport at the University of Bremen. As a teacher for acrobatics and theatre at the clown and artist school in Viby he was responsible for establishing professional artist schooling in Denmark. He currently works as a teacher of Sport and Pedagogy at the VIA University College in Denmark.
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Buchbeschreibung Meyer & Meyer Fachverlag Jan 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 238x161x15 mm. Neuware - Children and teenagers find acrobatics exciting. The challenge of risking their equilibrium together and building human formations is intriguing. Team spirit and the willingness to cooperate are required. Many of the spectacular human pyramids and partner balances are easy to learn and considerable progress can be made in a short period of time. This book provides a vivid and informative description of the principles of partner acrobatics with children and teenagers. It provides suggestions on how to begin and how to design meaningful training sessions, as well as different options for the structuring of performances. In addition to the many preparatory exercises, the practical portion of the book introduces simple acrobatic formations that have been tried and tested. The individual chapters include detailed written and visual descriptions of the many different techniques, from pyramid building to fantasy formations, from dynamic elements to elegant partner formations. The Evolution of Acrobatics Acrobatics is considered a movement art with a long tradition and evolutionary history. The term 'acrobatics' stems from the Greek word 'akrobates', which actually means, 'one walking on his toes' and originally referred to a tightrope walker. The oldest testimonials on acrobatics (approximately 2000 BC) were found in Egypt and consist primarily of drawings on limestone rocks. The first written evidence stems from an account of an Egyptian feast in the 4th century BC, during which acrobats performed and built tall human pyramids. Acrobats have always been on the fringes of society, were seen as infamous and as a 'vagrant people' who remained without rights. Their circumstances changed little during the Middle Ages. Only the emergence of the circus at the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century represented a definitive turning point for travelling artists and acrobats. The guaranteed training and appearance opportunities in the circus ring allowed them to develop varied, often highly specialized areas of acrobatics, such as aerobatics, springboard and banquine acrobatics. In the mid-19th century, a new style of circus art, the salon style, emerged on the stages of variety theaters. Alongside professional acrobatics, there was also another acrobatic development, which today we consider a recreational sport. In addition to established professional acrobatics and highly specialized sports acrobatics, today acrobatics as a recreational activity continues to gain popularity in clubs and school sports. 184 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781782550136