UPDATE – This is a repost from June 2nd. Folks have been checking out some of these sites and sending feedback.
For example, mannaweb.net has more than 700 skills and drills with a graphic and links to videos. A good format.
But the future is online video.
Here are some of the best sites in English that include graphics and/or video.
Of the free resources, best are the American Gymnast Gymnastics on Demand videos on now free on the JoeLangley YouTube channel (1150+ coaching tutorials).
For young WAG gymnasts, even better are Jason Mortimer’s tutorials on the JAO YouTube channel.
GymDrills.NET is great. An open source of gymnastics coaching ideas and useful tools (FIG Code of Points ONLINE browser, Simple Graphic Editor) Free membership required.
drillsandskills.com offers small videos of a large number of skills.
sportplan.net has a nifty interface. Much of the Gymnastics video content is free with free registration. The focus is more recreational than competitive.
TumblingDrills.com by Peter Wraae Marino has well done computer graphics.
If you are coaching tricking, check club540.com.
Gymnastike offers one-of-a-kind technique videos with different experts. Those are free. Their free Workout Wednesday series is great too. Many, including me, are critical of Gymnastike’s business practices. We try not to link back to Gymnastike as they don’t link to their sources.
The Gymnastics Minute, now defunct, was the best source of coaching DVDs. But you can still watch their short promo videos on the thegymnasticminute YouTube channel.
Are there any other video tutorial sites you like?
If so, leave a comment.