Tag Archive for: safety
https://shiftmovementscience.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/hqdefault.jpeg 360 480 Dave Dave2021-12-21 08:16:312021-12-21 08:16:31The Need to Change Landing Deductions in NCAA Gymnastics for Less Knee and Ankle Injuries
Chapter 8 Gymnastics Culture Ebook, College Gymnastics, Foot/Ankle, Knee, Podcast, The SHIFT Show
The Need to Change Landing Deductions in NCAA Gymnastics for Less Knee and Ankle Injuries
Changing how gymnasts are taught to land, in an effort to reduce the risk of serious knee injuries like ACL or meniscus tears, is something that has been talked about for the last 10+ years. I was very grateful and humbled to be asked by…
https://shiftmovementscience.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Lauren.jpg 1698 2547 Dave Dave2021-03-09 06:53:072021-03-09 06:53:07Skill Progressions, Mental Blocks, and Building Healthy and High Performing Gymnasts with Cale Robinson
Gymnastics, Gymnastics Coaching WAG, Gymnastics Culture Development, Podcast, The SHIFT Show
Skill Progressions, Mental Blocks, and Building Healthy and High Performing Gymnasts with Cale Robinson
Gymnastics requires a crazy amount of repetition, time, effort, and work to safely reach high levels of gymnastics. But often times, there is a tug of war between wanting to stay up to pace with an athlete's talent/dedication through training…
https://shiftmovementscience.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Picture-116-Improper-Floor-Skin-The-Cat.jpg 4000 6000 Dave Dave2014-11-23 19:20:542018-11-10 16:53:30Are Dips and “Skin The Cat” Type Stretches Dangerous For Female Gymnasts?
10 Minute Gymnastics Flexibility Circuits, Gymnastics Coaching MAG, Gymnastics Coaching WAG, Gymnastics Flexibility/Mobility, Gymnastics Injuries, Gymnastics Medical, Gymnastics Strength, shoulder
Are Dips and “Skin The Cat” Type Stretches Dangerous For Female Gymnasts?
I've been brewing on this topic for over a year now, originally sparked one of Eric Cressey's articles on the possible dangers of using dips with baseball players. Reading that article and some other literature made me start to scratch…