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Help for ideas on Video-taping!

Dear all,

I am a newly trained instructor who needs to shoot my video for evaluation this weekend.  Besides of anxiety and nervousness on how to remember all the precise timing and pre/post cues, does anyone have any ideas how to survive this mental torture?


And, got any ideas how to please the judges?  Any icing-on-the-case suggestions?



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I'm definitely curious to hear the response to this question as I am going for my BodyFlow training later this month.

Newbie instructor trained on BodyFlow 33.

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I am also interested in this as well and any tips and tricks that can come in handy at a filming for certifcation.

Aeris and CChuang sounds like you can help each other out here .

What you can do is have some instructor friends attend your normal classes and give you some feedback. You can also film yourself at home doing the class and going through the class as if you are doing it for the filming. Then maybe watch it with some instructor friends and see if they can give some feedback. Then you can film it three times and choose the best of the three to send in.

Maybe thats of some help

-- Edited by pipera at 21:02, 2006-09-19

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The best you can do, in my humble opinion, is to learn your lesson as perfect
as you can and better.
The nerves will be there anyway.
Good luck.wink winner.gif

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