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Let’s face it. Climbing the rope without your legs is certainly not an easy task. Surprisingly though, once you figure it out (that means lots of step number 1!) it becomes a lot less difficult. Here are 5 factors that are at play when it comes to climbing the rope with JUST your arms. 1. […]
I’ve had the pleasure of answering the When, the Why and the How of gymnastics for kids, to hundreds of parents. I wear my coaching shirt in public way too often! If we haven’t bumped into each other yet, this post is for you. WHEN SHOULD KIDS START GYMNASTICS? If you wanted a one word […]
When our beginning reader started requesting gymnastics books, I went on a hunt for books that would increase her confidence both in gymnastics and reading! Here’s what I found . . . I suggest starting the newest of readers with I Will Try. 1. I WILL TRY “This charming tale of perseverance will have any beginning […]
Written by Makenna Pratt. Originally posted on Gym Gab Blog. I love books. I love gymnastics. I especially love books about gymnastics! There are not many options when it comes to literature for gymnastics-loving little ones, but what is offered in this genre, is quality. Here are a few of my family’s favorites: JAKE AT GYMNASTICS | RACHEL ISADORA “Caldecott […]
Whether your child is facing fear, dealing with injuries, or feeling overwhelmed by change Vision Boards can be a great tool in helping them to stay FOCUSED on their dreams and not dwell on their immediate problems. Nastia Liukin, 2008 Olympic All-Around Gold Medalist, encouraged the use of Vision Boards when she shared “Help your little one stay focused — in […]