Warrnambool aerobics

STRONG SHOW: EKB Aerobics and Fitness are home after a successful world championship campaign. Picture: Christine Ansorge
STRONG SHOW: EKB Aerobics and Fitness are home after a successful world championship campaign. Picture: Christine Ansorge

WARRNAMBOOL’S brightest aerobics prospects will analyse feedback from a hard-fought campaign at the sport’s international pinnacle to spearhead their next assault at the tournament.

The Emma Bellman-led the EKB Fitness and Aerobics secured a bag of promising results at the FISAF World Championships in the Netherlands last month.

Individual male Jordan Rooke finished fourth, while a Warrnambool fitness team (fifth) and trio (sixth) posted strong results.

Bellman said her athletes would head in for a spell before turning their focus to national and international tournaments in 2018.

“We’ve taken a lot of feedback from the competition and from our routines,” Bellman said.

“Now, we’ve got a bit of a rest period and now we’re just setting our goals and what we want to achieve for next year right now.

“We’ll have a bit of skill development over the next few months, come back in January and work on our routines.

We have to push ourselves and stay ahead.

Emma Bellman

“We’re excited to push ourselves to that next level and we know the competition is tough, so we have to push ourselves and stay ahead of the game.”

Bellman said the strength of Australian rivals meant her athletes were focused on avoiding complacency.

“There are so many teams and singles out there who want that spot,” she said.