Elite Development Gymnastics Education (EDGE)

June 23-25, 2017
Illinois Gymnastics Institute
Chicago

Developing Elite Gymnasts is the most difficult endeavor in women’s gymnastics because it is so complex. With the significant rule differences between the Elite and the JO system, there are specific techniques, tactics and strategies that gymnasts and coaches need to learn to be successful in the elite program!

Tammy Biggs & Todd Gardiner will teach your gymnast and coaches the systems, drills, spotting and concepts the best elite coaches know and utilize. EDGE is an intensive, 3 day clinic …

Edge Symposium

It is intense training. Only register gymnasts who have the capacity for advanced skills.

Thanks Don.

FIG Trampoline Gymnastics Age Group Programme

The second and third introduction camps for the FIG Trampoline Age Group Development and Competition Programme were held simultaneously on two continents on April 3 – 5, 2017. One was hosted by South Africa for the countries in that region and another in Argentina for the countries of South America. …

Over the past year, the FIG developed an Age Group Development and Competition Programme for Trampoline Gymnastics and is beginning to introduce it in training sessions around the world.

The purpose of the programme is to bring a progressive and systematic programme to the many member federations that have not much experience with this discipline to assure that they teach their gymnasts correctly and safely from the beginning …

FIG introduces Trampoline Age Group Programme on two continents

World Cup Symposium – February 21-25

world-cupIn conjunction with the World Cup in Australia.

Dee Jennings and Ton Leenders – Strength and conditioning for gymnasts

Peggy Liddick – Developing the D score for Tokyo in 2020 and beyond (Part 1: Vault and Beam)

Peggy Liddick – Developing the D score for the new quadrennium and beyond (Part 2: Bars and Floor)

Ton Leenders – The journey to Rio, 2010-2016

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