The SOLACE Gymnastics Intensives are 6 day courses focusing on one aspect of gymnastics (e.g., handstands, ring muscle-ups, etc.). Control of static positions and proper progression to dynamic movements is emphasized in each class.
Handstand Intensive: This is a 3 week, 6 class course lead by coach Danielle. It is geared to athletes of all levels who want to build and strengthen their Handstand skills. The focus is on proper technique and building foundational strength for hand balancing. By the end of the 3 weeks, each athlete will have a better understanding of their personal strengths and weaknesses as well as tools to help them continue to work on improving and progressing their Handstand skills.
Muscle-Up Intensive: This is a 6 class Power Monkey course geared to athletes of all levels who want to improve their Ring Muscle-Up technique. It will focus on both strict and kipping each week with the emphasis being on proper technique and building the prerequisites needed for skill longevity. By the end of the 3 weeks, each athlete will have a better understanding of their individual strengths & weaknesses as well as have the tools to be able to tackle the deficiencies and work towards movement mastery. All classes have been structured by Dave Durante, Team Power Monkey Head Coach.
The SOLACE Gymnastics Cycles are 4-6 week Power Monkey courses focusing on one aspect of gymnastics (e.g., handstands, ring muscle-ups, etc.).
The Ring Muscle-Up cycle focuses on both strict and kipping action. The cycle is open to athletes of all levels with scaling options available no matter what the starting point. The goal is to gain a greater understanding of proper progression and technique for strict muscle up and how to apply strict action to more advanced movements. Each athlete will be given a written breakdown of the entire cycle once completed.
The Handstand Cycle focuses on building a well-rounded handstand with drills focusing on Strength, Position, and Stability. The cycle is open to athletes of all levels with scaling options available no matter what the starting point. The objective of the cycle is to give athletes a better understanding of individual strengths and weaknesses and offer the tools to be able to improve deficiencies. By the end of the cycle, all athletes will have an expanded understanding of handstand methods and will be much more confident when inverted.