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JOIN US FOR A LIVE ZOOM CALL WITH OLYMPIC COACH AL FONG

10 AM CST | ALL WELCOME | September 27th, 2022  
PLEASE BE EARLY

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THE GIENGER, 
RIDICULOUSLY SIMPLE

(How we teach our young gymnasts to prepare physically and mentally to learn this skill and the step-by-step method we teach )

At GAGE we like to take a 3-year approach when teaching a Gienger.

 

"Always train for tomorrow."

 

Some kids learn faster. Some slower.

It doesn’t matter. 

Using this approach allows for

a healthy, nurturing culture where

gymnastics thrives and difficult skills become easier to learn over time.

The biggest challenges young coaches deal with are:

 

1. How to transition from a compulsory mindset to an optional mindset

2. Keeping kids healthy physically and mentally

 

3. Not killing the spirit while pushing the kids to excel in gymnastics

4. Trying to navigate through the noise of good coaching advice

and bad coaching advice.

On Tuesday I hope to help you on your coaching journey by sharing the things we have learned over 40 years of teaching and sharing the best methods to teach kids how to learn more advanced skills. Great for coaches who are currently coaching optional level gymnastics and coaches whom one day aspire to coach at the higher levels!

Presented by Coach Al Fong

Teaching gymnasts high-level skills can sometimes feel like a daunting task. On Tuesday I will cover the way we teach and create an environment that endorses safety, more accessible progressions and ultimately helping the gymnast and coach find success.

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