Our award-winning Aerobase program is back in 2017 and we are encouraging everyone to get inspired by some of the entries we had to last year's online competition.
The award-winning Aerobase program is a fun 6 session Aerobics program for schools and groups. Aerobase is a basic, fun and exciting new way of learning Aerobics. Aerobase has 6 instructional lessons that run for 10-15 minutes, so all you need to participate is a screen, access to the internet and sound. Aerobase can be done anytime and anywhere including in a PE class, a dance class, as a wet day timetable activity or even as a warm up to kick start the day!
At the end of the program you can send in a video of your group completing a routine with any music you want and be in the running to win the coveted Aerobase trophy for your school! Details for entering the Aerobase Online Grand Championships can be found at the bottom of this page.
Click the videos below to participate! You will be asked for basic information so we can track who is using Aerobase.
Session 1 Session 2
Session 3 Session 4
Session 5 Session 6
|Film your way into our Aerobase Online Grand Championships!
If your school would like to enter the Aerobase Online Grand Championships, please read below:
1. Film their students performing a fun Aerobase routine to the music of their choice and in a location of their choice (The quality of the film production will not be judged. Feel free to film using smart phones, tablets or cameras).
2. Upload your group video/s and fill in the Aerobase Online Grand Championships entry form here
3. Schools will then be entered in our Aerobase Online Grand Championships (Entries close June, 2017).
4. Routines will judged and the winners will be invited to display their routines at the 2017 AeroSchools Championships.
We are looking for fun, engaging Aerobase entries that are filmed in creative places.
Groups of 3-20 students (open age) can either do the routine in episode 6 of Aerobase or create their own routine using at least 6 of the skills they have learnt through the Aerobase series (Routines can have free dance sections).
Routines can be between 30 seconds – 2 minutes in length. Students can do their routines to any music they like and at a speed that suits the level of the participants.
Schools are encouraged to enter multiple videos with different groups of students.
For those schools looking to get technical: Consider the synchronicity, timing and the formation of the group. For example, can you move the order so different students get a go up the front?
The winning school will be awarded the inaugural Aerobase trophy and have the school name engraved on the coveted Aerobase Shield.
Each entry will cost $10, so if a school enters 5 groups it will cost $50.