Hip flexibility for better splits or leaps, overhead shoulder flexibility for better handstands, and behind the back flexibility for better pommel or bar swings are very common issues many gymnasts or coaches face. I’ve spent many years in gymnastics trying to troubleshoot these issues, and one of the most underused
Click Below to Download Free Tracking Sheets 2017 Tracking Sheets Wildcats One of the most helpful things I have started doing with our gymnasts is basic daily tracking and monitoring. By this, I mean having our competitive gymnastics team journal some very simple aspects how they feel before each practice.
Turning Toxic Gym Environments to World Class Cultures – A “10 Quick Tips” Guest Post by Nick Ruddock
Today, I’m incredibly excited to be featuring a long-awaited guest post from my good friend Nick Ruddock. In my 20 years of gymnastics, I’ve been fortunate to witness some of the most incredible examples of world-class training environments. I also, unfortunately, have seen my fair share of unhealthy gym environments