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1. Dealing with difficult people
2. Doing a job under pressure.
3. Sticking with a hard task.
4. Ignoring Doubters.
5. Understanding the Boss (i.e. Coach)
10 Reasons to let your child get involved with competitive Gymnastics (or any competitive sport)
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Calgary Gymnastics Centre gymnasts via Brett MacAulay
related – Retrosi – SOMETIMES IT’S HARD TO BE A GYMNAST
The first time a child rips it’s a big shock. For the gymnast. And Mom.
Gym Gab posted a discussion on the topic.
Rips are injuries. To be prevented as much as possible. Smarter gymnasts and coaches suffer fewer rips than the average gym.
Training Bar in a circuit is recommended. The hands cool off during the stations NOT causing friction on the rail.
Using Safety Straps is recommended. More reps, less distress.
Wearing grips is recommended. Gymnasts can start as young as age-7 or 8.
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Here are 25 lessons that gymnastics (and other sports) brings to us:
1. How to deal with fear
2. How to deal with failure
3. How to get along with others
4. How to manage time
5. How to take criticism
Anne Josephson posted a thoughtful article on happiness. And unhappiness.
1. I must be perfect.
2. I must make constant progress.
3. There is only one path to success.
9 Beliefs That Will (Eventually, Probably) Lead Your Gymnast to Quit (or at Least be Very Unhappy)