Bombay Jam Instructor Training Programme has reached a successful conclusion.
The 16 participants who attended the 2-day training will receive official recognition as certified instructors of Bombay Jam.
According to Bombay Jam's master instructor, Parikshath Jawan, the training focuses on two components: cardio and toning.
Highlighting that the training teaches instructors to cater to clients of every fitness level, Jawan said that clients should leave feeling like they experienced a "comprehensive and magical fitness workout".
He further disclosed that the first day of training consisted of a master class followed by teaching the science behind Bombay jam which includes toning practical and cardio routines. Afterward, they switched to the breakdown of muscular anatomy and the flow of movements.
The following day, trainees were tested and assessed to help understand how much knowledge the trainees have gained and progressed.
On the first day of training, we focus on masterclasses and then the science behind Bombay jam which includes toning practical and cardio structure. Then we switch to the breakdown and muscular anatomy and flow of movements. In the first component of cardio, we work on the efficiency of your heart. then we go to the toning part where we have three major groups; arms, legs, and abs. That's what is important when teaching. You should be very thorough with the knowledge taught to you in training. We do a test and assessment on the second day. The test really helps you understand how much knowledge you have gained and understand your progression.
~ Parikshath Jawan
Amrita Yadav, Bombay Jam's Business Development Manager, revealed that the dance fitness total body workout uses custom mixed songs from the top 40 lists of Indian and Western music.
She noted that the Maldives is their second stop since Bombay Jam launched its expansion into South Asian countries.
Furthermore, Amrita expressed her excitement for the instructors who participated, to go on and conduct their own Bombay jam events and classes following the training.