|Cheerleading Tips and DrillsThursday, March 3, 2011|
Breakdown of basic jumps, stunts, exercises, and motions used in cheerleading. Allow millions of participants, fans and coaches to learn about your league, tournament, camp or other event at no cost to you. Our event calendar also includes easy-to-use Onl
|Gymnastics ActivitiesThursday, March 3, 2011|
This site is a a bit of a hodgepodge of ideas for teaching gymnastics. At the bottom of the page there is a list of progressions for rolls, handstands, cartwheels and more that may be useful. Before starting the gymnastic unit start at the easiest level a
|Gymnastics Jargon DefinitionsSunday, November 6, 2011|
Gymnastic terminology can be difficulty. This resource offers specific definitions for common terms to be used by the beginning or intermediate gymnast participant. Many terms are used in gymnastics that can be confusing to those not involved in the sport
|Drills and SkillsThursday, March 3, 2011|
The skills page is intended to be a forum for gymnasts, coaches, or anyone who just wants to learn about gymnastics skills. It was created because I noticed a lack of this kind of information on the net. If you are a gymnast it is not intended to replace
|Gymnastics Core ConditioningSunday, November 6, 2011|
This website primarily focuses on core conditioning which is vital for gymnastics. Most of these exercises can be done without any gymnastic equipment, and can be an added fitness component to any physical education class. In order to stay tight and cont
|Alberta Gymnastics FederationSunday, November 6, 2011|
The Alberta Gymnastics Federation is located in Calgary and is a major resource for athletes, parents, coaches, and judges. AGF governs four areas; recreation, artistic, trampoline & tumbling, and rhythmic. Local club contact information is also listed.
|Floor Drills and SkillsSunday, November 6, 2011|
Basic gymnastic skills are carefully described and animations and/or videos are also available. This site is a great resource for creating basic tumbling routines emphasizing proper technique. Floor involves a 40 foot by 40 foot spring floor. It is typic
|Seven Fundamental MovementsSunday, November 6, 2011|
This website emphasizes the biomechanics behind the seven basic gymnastic movement patterns and some recommended program designs. Conditioning questions often arise among coaches who are seeking to simplify and coordinate their conditioning programs. Suf
|Gymnastics IndexThursday, March 3, 2011|
An extensive index of gymnastics skills with descriptions, coaching points, and links to related exercises. Planning a training session has never been easier. Simply select the Gymnastics criteria you wish to coach, this will bring up a large selection of
|Gymnastics TipsThursday, March 3, 2011|
An extremely informative site! Provided here are tips (some with visuals) on how to improve the performance of specific gymnastics skills. This is a great site for Gymnastics Tips for Gymnasts and Coaches.
|Gymnastics: Every LevelThursday, March 3, 2011|
An great website with information for athletes and coaches of every level from beginners to advanced level gymnasts.
|Skill AnimationThursday, March 3, 2011|
A really neat website! Click on the floor skill that you wish to learn about, watch the animation, and read the technical description of how to successfully complete that skill. In this section you will find skills and exercises for artistic gymnastics.
|Test FlexibilityThursday, March 3, 2011|
Have students learn about their flexibility by performing a series of short tests. STRETCHING is usually one of the most neglected areas of a workout which greatly enhances your flexibility. It is highly encouraged prior to beginning each workout, during