Methods of Group Exercise Instruction explores the most common group of exercise modalities, providing readers with the skills to lead dynamic, safe and effective classes. It highlights the commonalities of a variety of group exercise formats through training principles, correction and progression techniques, and safety tips to enhance the skills of both group exercise leaders and programme directors. Progressing logically from theory to practice it helps instructors develop the core skills needed for creating routines, using proper cueing and adapting their teaching to new modalities. Teaching techniques convey appropriate training for each muscle group and methods for warm-up, cardiorespiratory training, muscular conditioning, neuromotor training and flexibility. You can develop the core skills needed for creating group exercise routines.