Motivational Blog"You are your own most powerful motivator and critic. Which will you be?" -Coach Britttany-
5 Benefits of Daytime Training For Competitive Gymnasts (And Other Sports) Is it okay to miss school for training? If so, how much? When is the best time to incorporate that type of schedule? Should they be of a certain age or level? These are questions I hear all the...read more
I would like to share this little brain game based on an activity that I did a few years ago in a university class. It will give you a bit of experience changing someone's negative perceptions into positive thoughts that you can use to motivate yourself in your...read more
Over my years of coaching I have come up with a few ways to help make stretching more exciting and worth-while for my younger aged athletes. Of course it is not something I do every practice because training flexibility has to be serious as well. It takes discipline...read more
You may have heard of this one before. It is generally an ice breaker type game for getting to know new people but I have tweaked it a little and made it into a confidence building and team bonding activity. Instructions Each athlete gets a piece of paper big enough...read more
The most exciting time of the year for most people is summer break. There is no school, you can sleep in and most importantly you get to hang out with your friends without worrying about it being a school night. Other than school, summer is usually a time when you...read more
What Is The Best Kind Of Motivation? There are so many different types of motivation but which one is the best? If I am thinking about the world today there seems to be three major methods that stand out and that people are exposed to daily. So What Are They? The...read more
Attention All Gymnastics Coaches!
Are You Struggling With Teaching Kips?
This is a 12-16 week kip program designed to help your gymnasts develop strong kips with good technique. It comes with an intense conditioning program to ensure that your gymnasts are strong enough to do it properly. Every gymnast needs their kip so what are you waiting for?