This book and DVD package covers everything a teacher or coach needs to know and deliver excellent gymnastics lessons.
The Sainsbury’s 2012 School Games and its predecessor the UK School Games (2006-2011) have a strong track-record of providing a springboard for athletes who then go on to compete at a national level.
Tumbling Basics helps teachers new to gymnastics break down each of seven basic skills into small, easy-to-teach steps and learn how to safely teach the essential skills needed for gymnastics.
Around 1,600 of the nation’s finest young sports stars will compete in the Sainsbury’s 2012 School Games, cheered on by an estimated 35,000 spectators at what will be will be the last event to be held on the Olympic Park before the opening ceremony on 27th July.
Britain’s male gymnastics squad seized their last chance to qualify a full team for this year’s Olympic Games after coming out on top in the final test event at the O2 Arena.
Teaching Children Gymnastics, Third Edition, helps primary school children develop three individual skill themes – travelling, statics and rotation.
Coaching Youth Gymnastics covers all the basics of coaching and gymnastics in a concise style, written particularly for newly qualified gymnastics coaches.
Many teachers hold the misconception that gymnastics is risky and difficult to teach in primary school settings. Whether you are a new or experienced primary school teacher, leading a class of children to safely perform all five basic gymnastic shapes can be daunting.