Dynamic Warmup For Gymnasts

Posted on January 21, 2016 By

In the past ten years, much advancement has been made in the world of strength and conditioning, including the development of dynamic warmup routines. Gone are the days of stretching statically before a sporting event. Before soccer and lacrosse games, you will witness players doing a series of active exercises in straight lines, repeating the…


7 Best Conditioning Exercises for Gymnastics

Posted on January 21, 2016 By

1. Jumping Jacks – This exercise is also known as a “Star Jump”. You can challenge yourself by seeing how high you can jump on each repetition. In addition, at the point when the legs are brought together you can perform a squat. Jumping Jacks are an excellent way to begin your warm up routine….


Basic and Advanced Workout Ideas for Calisthenics and Gymnastics

Posted on January 21, 2016 By

Abdominal exercise basics I’ve found that the hardest thing to teach total beginners to calisthenics and those coming from a sedentary lifestyle is generating and holding tension throughout the entire midsection. The importance of this cannot be overstated in calisthenics, gymnastics, and martial arts. The implications for martial arts should be obvious ­ if you…


The Importance of Safety Features In Gymnastics Equipment

Posted on January 21, 2016 By

Gymnastics is a sport that consists of difficult acrobatic movements which require a high level of skill and fitness. During practice gymnasts often make mistakes whilst trying to fine tune some of their skills and sometimes these mistakes can result in serious accidents. That is why modern gymnastics equipment comes with standard safety features. Whilst…