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Hot HIIT Teacher Training: Sept 22-24, NYC

We’re excited to announce Hot HIIT Teacher Training in NYC! Join us September 22-24th in New York, NY for the 10th edition of our training led by Monique Crous, founder of Hot HIIT.

Hot HIIT Teacher Training (HHTT) is a comprehensive 20 hour intensive that will provide students with a background of Pilates (Principles, History of Contrology, Powerhouse, Alignments) and HIIT (Tabata Protocol, Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC), Aerobic Vs. Anaerobic Workouts, Integration of HIIT and Pilates).

The course will break down the Hot HIIT practice and address timing, music, the proper order of exercises, warm-up, cool down and feature posture clinics. The breakdown of form and modifications will be covered in-depth to ensure trainees are fully prepared to begin leading classes. Practice classes and a final exam are mandatory.

Details
Dates: September 22-24, 2017
Address: 182 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10010
Tuition: $1,095 before 9/1, $1,195 after
Phone: 917.969.2664
Email: monique@hothiit.com

More Information: Visit the Hot HIIT website

Apply Nowhothiit.com/apply (not payment required)

For more information please contact us. If you’re ready to apply (no payment required) please visit hothiit.com/apply

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Your Body’s Powerhouse – What is it?

By Monique Crous, Head Hot HIIT Instructor at BYNYC

In a Hot HIIT class we spend a lot of time strengthening not only the abdominal muscles, but the lower back muscles, the glutes, the muscles around your hips, and the pelvic floor. These muscles work together to create a supportive corset for the trunk of your body. As a group, we refer to these muscles as your “Powerhouse”.

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The term “Powerhouse” was created by Joseph Pilates to describe the place in the body from where all movement and energy stems. All movement should begin from the center and move outward to the limbs. It is the Powerhouse that gives us energy, strength, stability and control.

When we strengthen the muscles of the Powerhouse, our posture becomes supported and our shoulders can relax. Our chest opens, allowing it to expand and contract easily with the breath. The neck and head are aligned and can move more freely, and it relieves stress in the hips, legs and feet. So in your next Hot HIIT class, when the instructor tells you to pinch that penny in your bum and tighten up your glutes, pelvic floor, and stomach, tighten them up and find your center!

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