International Gymnastics Camp late 1970s.
Abie Grossfeld, Fred Orlofsky, Jerry George, Don Tonry, Fred Roethlisberger, Bruno Klaus.
Portsmouth NH–Summer 2015
Fri. July 17- Sun. July 19, 2015
Come to a 3-day camp where competitive and recreational adult gymnasts of all levels can learn at their own pace alongside our internationally recognized staff!
Although we are still in the planning phase we are working on some great things. In addition to 5 three-hour training sessions, there will be a Saturday night group activity and an afternoon at the beautiful NH beaches on Sunday. There are 2 major airports within an hour (Manchester NH and Boston MA). Once you are in the area of Atlantic Gymnastics in Portsmouth, you will not need a vehicle.
Many of the attendees will be competitive adult gymnasts. Prep op as well as JO levels 7 thru 10 via the AAU.
(via Masters Gymnastics)
USA TOPS, Developmental and National Team Staff were the clinicians at this excellent and inspiring event in Vegas.
Vault – Todd Gardiner
Bars 1 – Neil Resnik
Bars 2 – Tom Forster
Bars 3 – Su Peter
Beam 1 – Tammy Biggs
Beam 2 – Tammy Salcianu
Floor 1- Back Tumbling and twisting – Ivan Ivanov
Floor 2- Front Tumbling and twisting – Pete Arenas
Trampoline & TumblTrak – Craig Zappa
Dance – Antonia Markova
Flexibility – Cheri Shipp
Physical test abilities – Sorin Salcianu
Judging – Kathy Feldman
Camp Director – Tammy Biggs and Tammy Salcianu
Gymnastics Industry Leaders and Sponsors:
Tumbl Trak – James Parent
JK Rep – Lisa Beam
MeetScoresOnline.com – Karl Stubsjoen
Click PLAY or watch a highlights video on YouTube.
Next Camp in June – 12, 13, 14 – 2015
Tumbl Trak’s Carrie Spender Lennox showed me this skateboard video. She loves the content. And loves the editing. Carrie’s been doing a lot of video editing, of late.
This short film celebrates the “Pink Helmet Posse,” three 6-year-old girls who share an unusual passion: skateboarding.
Produced by: Kristelle Laroche and Ben Mullinkosson
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
(via New York Times)
James Parent and I collaborated for an article on the Tumbl Talk blog:
I am fortunate enough to get to take time off and go to some of the most amazing gymnastics camps ever. Every camp has a different feel and a different training style so make sure to pick one that either suites your immediate needs or will challenge you to change. There are many benefits, from the coach’s perspective to attending camps. …
read more – Camp – the Coach’s Perspective
James and I both travel pretty much non-stop, gym to gym, camp to camp, clinic to clinic.
That photo was from our January 2014 visit to Whistler Gymnastics. I’m driving back to Whistler today for B.C. Congress.