I hope that you are enjoying the New Year. The aftermath of Christmas can leave you feeling a bit flat so here are our 3 TOP TIPS for getting rid of those winter blues...
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Did you make any New Year's Resolutions this year? I expect that a lot of you did and I'd like to help you to stick to them. I have been asked by some parents to 'sum up' my thoughts on the best way for children to achieve and create results at their gym club, school and in every day life. And, what personal techniques do I use to help me set and achieve my goals in life? Straight away my answer has to be sheer determination and a mindset to never give up...... BUT there is a bit more to it than that, so here's my guide for parents and children on how to keep your New Year's Resolutions.
We were thinking of you when we created our brand new Student Training Diaries. We know that you are going to love using these diaries and we can’t wait to hear your feedback on them.
They have been designed with personalised learning at their core, to map, track and feedback to you so that you can see exactly what your child is working on and for you to follow their progress through the syllabus.
I have been asked recently by several parents at our Flair Gym Clubs to explain the top benefits to health & fitness that the sports of gymnastics and trampolining offer. To which I replied “There are 100’s” ...Well I’m obviously hugely biased since I’ve been involved in gymnastics now for over 36 years BUT, gymnastics (which includes trampolining) is regarded by all sports coaches to be the Foundation of ALL sports and therefore it is THE sport that your child should do at school and after school and on the weekends and for the rest of their life if you want them to be the very best that they can be in everything they do. This will become very obvious to you if you bring your child along to a Flair Gym Club. We have a very long list of parents who sight gymnastics as the main thing that has benefited their child the most out of all the extra curricular activities that they take part in.
Brought to you by guest blogger Nick Ruddock
Former GBR national coach and gymnastics technical expert