Coaching Youth Gymnastics PDF
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Included are Coaching Tips boxes that highlight key concepts, in addition to information on developing a coaching philosophy, communicating with athletes and parents, and providing basic sport first aid. The latest information regarding concussions and CDC protocols is also addressed. The book contains forms and safety checklists and sample lesson and practice plans to help you stay on task.
Techniques and skills for bars, floor, beam, and vault are presented by skill level rather than by age groups and are applicable to both boys and girls where appropriate. Information on falling and landing as well as suggestions on activities, conditioning, and games are provided.
The expertise of USA Gymnastics and ASEP’s proven success in coaching education will ensure that you are adequately prepared for the challenges of coaching youth gymnastics. With content aimed at developing the entire coach, not just skills and drills, Coaching Youth Gymnastics will help you to create an environment that promotes learning, enjoyment, safety, and motivation for youth gymnasts.
Chapter 1. Stepping Into Coaching
Chapter 2. Communicating as a Coach
Chapter 3. Understanding Rules, Apparatus, and Equipment
Chapter 4. Providing for Gymnasts’ Safety
Chapter 5. Making Practices Fun and Practical
Chapter 6. Teaching and Shaping Skills
Chapter 7. Gymnastics Basics
Chapter 8. Floor Skills
Chapter 9. Vault Skills
Chapter 10. Bar Skills
Chapter 11. Balance Beam Skills
Chapter 12. Coaching on Meet Day
Chapter 13. Developing Season and Practice Plans
Six guidelines for shaping skills in youth gymnasts
Youth gymnastics coaches learn drills for prehandspring vaults