Tag Archives: Gymnastics
As I wrote a couple of months ago I am very conscious about time and try to balance my work, writing and play time. If I don’t take the time to schedule something in (or out, which might happen) it will … Continue reading
I’m back to proper work this week. All my schools are back in session and everything is slowly returning to normal. Over the summer there are always some children who don’t return to gymnastics. In London you get a lot … Continue reading
Today I’m celebrating handstand day! If you’re feeling low get some new energy by going upside down. Feeling the rush of blood to your brain and creativity will flow.
Oksana Chusovitina This remarkable woman from Uzbekistan is a gymnast, mother and inspiration to the gymnastic community. At the recent test event running up to the Olympics in Rio later this year, she qualified for her 7th (!) Olympic games. … Continue reading
My life and blood (and also my day job). I was never a good gymnasts, average at the best the team carried me more than I helped them (I did TeamGym, not the kind you see at the Olympics, see … Continue reading
As part of my ongoing training as a gymnastics coach (my day job) I spent the summer upgrading my preschool training to include British Gymnastics requirement (the preschool course I took in 1995 was not enough for BG to qualify … Continue reading
Building on my last post on research, I went back to look at my latest searches and was thinking over what it would look like if someone, not knowing me, got a hold of my computer. Lately I have researched … Continue reading