AND WHAT TYPE OF VIDEOS YOU CAN FIND HERE
Are you an instructor? This section is a perfect fit for you! Learn routines which our Master Trainers use, find exact song version and practice them on the left leg, so facing people when you teach is not an issue! 🤸
WEEKLY "TGIF" MIXES
Every Friday is released a new selection of 1011 songs. All songs are also available in the 1011 library as single releases. iTV gets also a special left-leg release enhanced with music structure and 2 extra songs from other Master Trainers.
All videos created by our Master Trainer Jakub Novotný are also available here! Only here you find all tracks from the 1011 as single releases edited to Learn 2 teach version with a direct music resource. 🎵
HOW TO USE VIDEOS
Jumping Fitness is not an exercise fixed on strict routines in every single song. It is much more reflecting the intensity and dynamics of each music section. We all have different personalities and feel music differently, so you are absolutely allowed to make changes in steps, but follow the intensity as you learn at the Basic/Advanced training. Our Master Trainers frequently improvise as well, but they always follow the music as much as possible.
DYNAMIC MARKS & SONG MAPS
4 (Song beginning, no change)
16 ↗️ (Intensity increase)
16 ➡️ (Intensity stays similar/same)
8 ↘️ (Intensity decreases)
4 ↘️ (Intensity decreases again)
In Single Releases, you can find a song map and arrows ↗️ - ➡️ - ↘️
These arrows are not indicating the intensity of the current music block, but the dynamics change compared to the previous one.
So if you see ↗️, it indicates a dynamics increase and your next exercise should change accordingly.
In the song structure, the number 16 represents a phrase and smaller numbers represent bridges, intros, outros, and short melodic sections.
Hear the song and see the song!
Currently available for #RoadTo1011 releases.
ONLINE USE MARKS
Share with the world how great you and your clients are! Sometimes we record a great video and then it gets blocked because of copyrights. Copyrights are a whole topic of its own, so we are making it simple with green, yellow, and red marks.
Green - Copyright-free songs / no-risk of copyright block
Yellow - Songs published by smaller labels / very little risk
Red - Songs published by bigger labels / very unpredictable
So if you want to use a song for online use, we recommend looking mostly into green/yellow songs. Songs from the red category might be fine for the moment but can get blocked/muted in the future (or immediately after uploading).