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Our Gym's Culture Was Toxic. Here's Exactly How We Fixed It.

I think today's podcast is really, really going to help the gymnastics community. For the first time ever, my amazing boss Eva Shute (who runs our gymnastics entire gymnast program) and I sit down to share the exact steps we took to make our…

Coronavirus Update and Dr. Bill Sands New Interview

Hey everyone! First off, I hope you are safe and healthy amongst this COVID-19 chaos. We are in very hard times. Most if not all gyms will be closed in the next month, and USAG just announced that the rest of the competitive season has been…

Must Hear Advice for Gymnastics Parents on Not Living Through Gymnasts, Motivation, and Injuries

I'm so excited to share an amazing conversation I had with Diana and Chelsie, hosts of The Routine Podcast, related to some absolutely crucial advice for gymnastics parents. As many people in gymnastics know, the relationship between coaches,…
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How to Increase Power in Gymnasts

Power is one of the most sought after athletic qualities in gymnastics. It's for good reason too, as the ability to express more power helps gymnasts run faster for vault or tumbling, helps them tumble higher, and also allows them to tap harder…

Exactly How I Plan Gymnastics Practices and Training Using Periodization

Trying to plan practices, weeks of training, and also squeeze everything into training hours is one of the most overwhelming things for coaches, medical providers, and strength coaches. If there isn't a systematic process to planning and implementation,…

Helping with Common Gymnastics Shoulder, Elbow, and Wrist Injuries

Last week in part 1 of this blog/podcast series, I talked about some common issues surrounding the lower body and hip, knee, and ankle injuries in gymnastics. In this follow up part 2, I will be chatting on the upper body. More specifically,…

Must Know Tips for Building Gymnastics Strength Programs In the Offseason

The sport of gymnastics is changing quite a bit, with our approach to Physical Preparation or Strength and Conditioning, being one of the largest overhauls going on. There are a few reasons for this, but the biggest causes in my mind are …
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Download My New Return to Sport Protocols for Back Pain in Gymnasts

Without a doubt, one of the hardest and most confusing things for everyone in artistic gymnastics is how to return a gymnast to training safely following a back injury. Issues ranging from simple muscle strains all the way to more complicated…

Jessica O'Beirne of GymCastic and I Have an Epic Gymnastics Conversation

Over the last month, I have been working like crazy to get some awesome guests interviewed for The SHIFT Show. Recently, I sat down with  Jessica O'Beirne, who started the internationally famous GymCastic Podcast, to have quite a monster…