Very personal about interactions. Individual gymnasts have unique ways of learning. Very hands on. Believe in explaining all parts of the skills and if necessary, putting gymnast in the different positions of the skill before attempting.
Sometimes the extra time and patience that cannot be found at a team practice is all that is needed to help a gymnast progress. I am glad that I can offer that. It’s a wonderful feeling when you can remind a gymnast of why they enjoy this sport when too often they forget it under the pressure of deadlines and competitions.
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Getting to know personality and what if any uncomforts and fears to give me a good idea of where I stand with guiding the athlete and what walls I'm going to run into.
I, myself, was and still am a gymnast though no longer an active competitor. My experience to date is 13 years of hands on coaching and spotting. I've attended clinics in multiple gyms so as not to be close minded about methods and tactics. I've also been to region 7 congress and learned from the higher ups methods they've used to coach world champions.
The gym I use charges $3 dollars per 15 minute session. So an hour would be charged a fee of $12 as well as whatever rate I deem fair based off the level and skill set that a gymnast is working on. I. E. A lower level gymnast would be charged a lower rate of service than a higher level.
My second year as a gymnast, I became assistant coach for my own team as I had a knack for improvising and developing drills for progress. When I graduated from the program I caoched my former team for five years.
I've coached ages 5 to adult and both male and female