An extraordinary human feat of balance, agility, and motor coordination, Acrobatics finds its trace in the pages of history.
Acrobatics is performed by an Acrobat who performs tricks for an audience by contorting his or her body.
Acrobats needs immense dedication, flexibility, physical fitness, and zeal for executing commendable performances to achieve success in this career.
Apart from extreme physical skills, Acrobats must also nurture his/her creative skills to come up with engaging movements and entertain the audience.
How can you become an Acrobat?
1.Hardcore Training In Gymnastics/ Dance:
The fundamental training in Gymnastics/ Dance is important to be an Acrobat.
The younger you start, the easier it is to obtain the level of skill and flexibility necessary.
Anybody willing to step into this field must remember that Acrobat has a short career span. Most people retire by their mid-20s because of extreme physical demands.
2.Acquiring Relevant Work Experience:
The majority of the time, individuals with a natural aptitude and acrobatic movements are spotted by instructors/ coaches/television producers/ movie directors.
Thereafter, the candidates are proposed to participate in Gymnastic competitions, exhibitions, performances, and roles.
Performing in front of an audience creates a professional reputation and gives exposure to an Acrobat.
Plus, it helps Acrobat to get perform with confidence and overcome problems as seamlessly as possible.
3.Joining an Acrobatic Troupe:
Employment scopes for an Acrobat generally are limited to Circuses or Acrobatic Troupes.
Although financial compensation is low, it allows Acrobats to perform in front of a large crowd base.
Most of the Acrobats land golden opportunities through this course of action.
The acrobat profession can be interesting and well paid. Do you know how much do “Cirque du Soleil” performers make? Beginner acrobats can earn $4000 to $5000 monthly ($100 x average 40 shows per month). Famous acrobats can earn several times more.