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Breaking in New Grips

Posted by Angel Brown on

Breaking in New Grips

You just got your new grips - now what?

We get it. You’re antsy and want to start using your grips immediately. But you can’t just strap them on and start practicing.  The leather on gymnastics grips can be stiff, and you need to break it in to get the best and safest experience from your new grips.

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COVID-19 Safety Tips for Gymnastics Practice

Posted by Angel Brown on

COVID-19 Safety Tips for Gymnastics Practice
Since germs spread incredibly fast, gyms and athletes should always be careful about keeping their equipment clean. As you return to practice, there are few changes you can make to your routine that will help.

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How to Return to Gymnastics Practice After a Long Break

Posted by Angel Brown on

How to Return to Gymnastics Practice After a Long Break
How are you feeling about returning to practice after such a long break? It’s okay to be excited, anxious, or even apprehensive. All of those are normal feelings. Here are five tips from coaches to help make your return to practice successful.

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8 Safety Tips for Backyard Tumblers

Posted by Greg Larson on

8 Safety Tips for Backyard Tumblers

Anyone can tumble the day away in the gym. There’s protective matting everywhere, the equipment is all regulation-sized and in the proper place, and there are supervising coaches and spotters watching every move. But in the backyard, anything can happen.

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Does My Child Need Wrist Supports for Gymnastics, Cheerleading, or Backyard Tumbling?

Posted by Greg Larson on

Does My Child Need Wrist Supports for Gymnastics, Cheerleading, or Backyard Tumbling?
There are many debates from gymnasts, cheerleaders, and backyard tumblers alike wondering if using wrist supports is a mistake. In our latest blog we'll tackle those debates. 

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