Give Trapeze School a Try: 3 High-Flying Tips

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By: Lindsey Granger | Todd Covelli Posted: 4:29 PM, Dec 19, 2016

Everywhere from New York to Long Beach, and in between, people are flying into trapeze schools. The only physical requirement is being able to hang on a bar for 15 to 30 seconds at a time. Lindsey Granger and I.FLY Trapeze School’s Marco Rosamilia have three high-flying tips to get started.

1.  Safety First

Make sure there’s a giant net there, you're in a safety harness and there's an instructor in the platform with you.

2.  Overcoming Fear

It’s a great way to overcome fears if you have any — maybe trust of heights? In the beginning Marco will show a demonstration of what they'll be doing and almost everybody says, “There's no way i can do that!” The truth is most people can do this even if they think they can't.

3.  Good Core Workout

Physically, you are going to get that core workout, if you do it on a regular basis, and you don't even know you're working out because you're having so much fun.

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