Gymnastic Articles

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"If there has not been such a thing as gymnastics, I would have had to invent it because I feel at one with the sport."
Olga Korbut  

  • 10 Steps to Safe Gymnastics
    by John Howard
    Here's some tips on how to do gymnastics safely.

  • Gymnastics and Eating Disorders
    by Murray Hughes
    Gymnastics can be a high-stress and high-maintenance sport for even the most emotionally stalwart of children. You should always keep an eye on the progress of your child or children.

  • 5 Tips For Motivating Your Gymnast - A Basic Overview
    by Murray Hughes
    For every gymnast, there is a different motivational need. This is the same in anything, really -- we all have different ways in which we are given confidence in ourselves, no matter what we do.

  • Gymnastics: Injury, Prevention, Treatment - A Brief Overview
    by Murray Hughes
    In every sport--not just gymnastics--there stands the risk of injury, no matter how adept or flexible your gymnast happens to be. The sport requires a lot of psychological and physical preparation, in part because it is extremely rigorous, and in part because it demands a higher level of skill than most other sports.

  • A Brief Lesson In Child Motivation For Gymnastics Parents
    by Murray Hughes
    Today I'm going to give you a few quick and easy tips for child motivation - I didn't make these up, they are based on psychological theory.


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