There are definite safety considerations gymnasts should take when and if they tumble outside.
The uproar and largely misinformed criticism of the 10,000 Hour Elite Training scientific research and how it applies to gymnastics is answered and rebutted
We already identified education as a primary solution to most of the issues and problems in our sport. We wanted to add a few more potential solutions. We do not mean this to be a comprehensive attempt to solve all of the problems or solve all the problems in the sport but a number of […]
Gymnasts and coaches need to be aware that at the end of the summer, coaches often stress about the difference between what they had hoped to accomplish and what really happened. Often inflated hopes and expectations can lead to an early fall letdown for coaches. Be Aware of the Situation This sometimes results in coaches […]
While it has always been widely known that gymnasts often develop close friendships, especially when they have reached the team level, a 1996 scientific study by Wiess, Smith and Theeboom investigate the topic in depth. How To Win Friends One of the interesting aspects of the study is that it points the way for how […]
We do not have team tryouts as such. We are constantly looking for gymnastics talent among our class and training team programs and are well aware of which gymnasts are ready for the challenges of the team experience. In the spring, we invite a number of gymnasts to “tryout” for the team and induct them […]