The CircoFit Blog
Be honest, how are your New Year's Resolutions going? If you've already fallen off track, regroup and try these methods.
Kadri Hansen is a fearless and beautiful aerialist from Estonia. She has graciously agreed to be interviewed about her life as an aerial performer and to give us a glimpse into the world of a cruise ship performer.
November 2015, CircoFit sets up shop at our first location in St. Albert.
I'm on a bit of a circus-hiatus at the moment, but here's are some of my budget-friendly workout ideas. What's your favourite cheap or free workout?
How to prepare if you're about to give up junk food.
I took a little road trip over to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan...
All about The Whole Life Challenge
Special guest post by author and aerialist Andrea Milne from Ontario, Canada. Andrea continued training throughout her entire pregnancy. Read on to hear about her experiences throughout each trimester and after childbirth.
Rosin: the aerialist's secret weapon. What it is, how it works, where to get it, and how to get it off.
CircoFit interviews the hilarious and intelligent Myron Cossitt about CrossFit. Read on about how to find a good gym, what to expect as a beginner, and some of the reasons why CrossFit has the reputation that it does today.
Aerial circus uses a lot of arm strength and significant core strength, but your legs are pretty much along for the ride. So why train them?
Rope burn sucks – and silks burn can be even worse! Memorize these steps for initial treatment, preventing infection, and minimizing scarring.
Ready to debut your new circus act? There are a few things to consider when you’re picking out your costume...
Kristi is an Aerial Hoop artist from Australia. While she's been busy kicking ass in Sydney for the past couple of years, she'll be returning to Canada to start training for Toruk: Cirque du Soleil's new show based on Avatar. Her style, grace, and above all strength are absolutely inspiring. Read on to see what Kristi has to say about training, recovery, and dedication to your craft...
If you’ve been taking classes long enough to know 4 or 5 moves, it’s time put together an act. Do you think that you need more tricks or different tricks or better tricks to make an act that you can be proud of? That will never change...