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The Physics of the Gymnastic Giant / It should be clear that if you want to swing higher or faster, you must add energy to the system (in this case, the…
A Progression for Teaching the Stalder Handstand / The key here is the technique of the entry into the skill, author John Wojtczuk writes, what has been called a "late…
The Mystery Of Twisting ( George Hery ) – Gymnastics Wisdom / Twisting is indeed a mystery for many people; and mainly because we do not really understand three very important…
Analysis of physical training influence on the technical execution of dismounts off the uneven bars / Highlighting of physical training dynamics and its influence on the biomechanical characteristics of the dismounts off…
Should Female Gymnasts Lift Weights? / Gymnastics coaches and administrators in the US are reluctant to include weight training with female gymnasts because…
Split Flexibility by Dr Wm Sands / By Wm A. Sands, Ph.D., Head – Sport Biomechanics and Engineering, U.S. Olympic Committee Chair - USECA. Split …
Late Drop Techniques For In-Bar Skills By Tom Forster / This article covers techniques for entering close bar skills and highlights some common errors to avoid.
Understanding Sever’s Disease and Gymnastics / Sever’s Disease is gymnast can be hard to distinguish from other pains. However, the most common symptoms of Sever’s…
Clear Hip Handstand: Shape, Drop, Open / This two-page article by Karen Goeller covers the details of teaching the clear hip circle to handstand, which is a…
Drills for Giants on Uneven Bars / Giant swings are one of the more difficult “basic” skills that every gymnast must have. It takes strength (with out…