10 Fantastic Floor Drills
Jul 10, 2019
Floor is such a fun event in the summer, because the possibilities for huge upgrades are endless! Tumbling into the pit and hoping to transfer these skills to the floor won’t cut it, though, so here are 10 drills to use in the summer to work on upgrades and clean up the basics. If you have a favorite drill we missed, make sure to tell us in the comments.
10 Must-Try Beam Drills
Jul 3, 2019
Beam is an important event to work hard on in the summer, since it is an event where you can always upgrade something in the routine, whether it is the series, dismount, dance, or mount. Although there are many more than just 10 drills to work on for this event, here are 10 of our favorites.
10 Useful Vault Drills
Jun 26, 2019
Practices can get long without the deadline of a meet approaching, but these drills can help switch up practices and keep them interesting. Here are 10 drills to work on for various skill levels. If you have a good one we missed, link a video in the comments.
10 Creative Bar Drills
Jun 19, 2019
Summer is a great time for gyms to work on all the things they don’t have time to focus on during competition season! Whether that is going back to the basics, cleaning up form on old skills, or learning upgrades, we have a drill for you to incorporate into your summer practices. Here are 10 drills to work on bars for various skill levels. If you have a good one we missed, link a video in the comments.
10 Fun Gymnastics Conditioning Ideas To Try
Jun 17, 2019
One great thing about summer in the gymnastics world is that practices are often longer since school is out, giving more time to focus on strength and conditioning. If you feel your gym or team is stuck in a rut and doing the same conditioning month after month, here are 10 new ideas to work with to create stronger gymnasts that love strength time (or just hate it a little less!).
What's The Difference Between A Kasamatsu & A Tsukahara?
Jan 16, 2019
In his 1982 play The Real Thing, British playwright Tom Stoppard writes that love has to do “with knowing and being known.” If loving is knowing—knowing those tiny, nuanced things that turn an idea into a being—then loving gymnastics is knowing the difference between a Kasamatsu and a Tsukahara.