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Get Maximum Benefits from Plyometric Training

Tom Beach from GymSmarts caught up with Mas Watanabe for this interview to discuss portions of his Developing Strength:Plyometrics DVD. This interview covers the basic ideas of plyometric training, and how and when to apply plyometric exercises for maximum benefits for the gymnast. GS: Your view of plyometrics seems different than a lot of information […]

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The Curve in Your Lower Back

 Kris Merlo Robinson, “The Posture Lady:” Here a very important quick test and exercises to help the gymnast improve their alignment and prevent injuries. This article will help identify lordosis (too much low back arch). And give 3 quick exercises to improve posture. If you would like more information on posture, you will probably find […]

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Dan Connelly from GymSmarts caught up with Hideo “Mizo” Mizoguchi for this interview to discuss a training program for Men’s Junior Olympics to go along with his DVD Strength Development for Men’s Gymnastics. GS: Mizo, in your presentation on developing a training program for the Junior Olympic program, what is the purpose of having a […]

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FAST AND FURIOUS TUMBLING—ROAD TO SUCCESS

COMMITMENT CREATES CONSISTENCY by Glen Vaughan   The 2006 National Training Camp for TNT was held at Bounce California in Rancho Bernardo, California. I spent many hours watching the sessions for the athletes representing Trampoline, Tumbling and Double Mini. Each of the sessions impressed me in different ways – how high the trampoline participants bounced, how […]

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Mas Watanabe – Working the Strap Bar

Tom Beach from GymSmarts caught up with Mas Watanabe for this interview to discuss working the Strap Bar. In this interview he talks about how much more can be done because of the Strap Bar. If you would like more information on Mas Watanabes’ coaching, GymSmarts carries an extensive DVD library of his training methods […]

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