AIM for RPM

Last post 12-05-2010, 4:56 PM by Stroud71. 11 replies.

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  •  11-02-2010, 9:58 PM 95335

    AIM for RPM

    has anyone gone to the Advanced Instructor Module 1 for RPM?

    i am going on November 12 and was wondering what anyone who has attended the class thought of it.

    Also, does anyone know of a module 2?

  •  11-05-2010, 2:30 PM 95497 in reply to 95335

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    I have in Atlanta just a couple of months ago and it was freaking great
  •  11-07-2010, 10:31 AM 95555 in reply to 95497

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    Hi, I am planning in taking it also(mod.1) upcoming December and wanted also to know a little bit more.  Also, I see posted that instructors(we I assume?) teach 2 tracks and then we get feedback.  Do we get to ride also most of the day? I am also doing quarterlies next day and just wanted to know if I will be way too tired after AIM or will be mostly theory? I hope you don't mind to share your experience. Cheers!
  •  11-09-2010, 8:26 AM 95643 in reply to 95555

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    Your body will be fine.  We rode, but no where near as much as the initial training.  Quite honestly, it was more of a mind overload then body.  I totally recommend it.  Lots of great information, disecting your teaching into phases.  I think taking a quarterly the next day will be a release and a pleasure!  Have the best time!  If Kim Ames is your instructor, bring her some Starbucks!  She is great!
  •  11-12-2010, 7:34 PM 95858 in reply to 95555

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    dito what donna just said, i just finished the class a couple of hours ago.  A bunch of information to digest and begin work on.
  •  11-15-2010, 8:00 AM 95937 in reply to 95858

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    Thank you very much for your info. I cannot wait for December! Final question, do we get to teach the latest release(here we are on 48) and we decide tracks or they will tell us what to teach? I am just trying to picture how the teaching=feedback works. Cheers!
  •  11-15-2010, 8:59 AM 95940 in reply to 95937

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    I just did the AIM this weekend - I'm still saddle sore!!! It was really good fun, hard work but well worth doing.

    You will do whichever release is current where you are on the date of AIM. If you've had a quarterly workshop just before AIM then you may do the release you're on now but they may expect you to do the new one depending on how long the gap is between launch and AIM. You're expected to know the choreo inside out but they are focussing more on your technique and your coaching skills.

    When we walked into the studio there was a poster on the wall with names against tracks - you do the track they allocate to you! You teach in the morning and get feedback, then do some drills, then teach again at the end of the day and get more feedback. With some teaching / discussions in between. Good luck hope you enjoy it! 

  •  11-19-2010, 2:37 PM 96274 in reply to 95940

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    Thank you! you gave me all the info I needed it..Cheers!
  •  11-19-2010, 4:46 PM 96284 in reply to 96274

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    Thanks also, we have one out west coming up in Dec, I've been waiting months for it to finally get here.

    Then the wait for AIM 2! Confused

  •  12-03-2010, 8:14 AM 96979 in reply to 95940

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    In the AIM, did they assign all 9 tracks, or was it primarily 2-7? I'm trying to focus my preparation for the AIM next weekend. Thanks!

  •  12-05-2010, 10:11 AM 97027 in reply to 96284

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    Looks like we get to wait a little longer, Robert :)  Hopefully, they will schedule it soon and on a weekend I can attend...

     Shanna


    LesMills IS life!!
  •  12-05-2010, 4:56 PM 97046 in reply to 96979

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    amescy it will be 2 through 7
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