The sessions that are based on a 6-week blocks and are based on the British Gymnastics badge award scheme. During each 6-week block the coaches will assess the gymnasts and then on the final week will assess the gymnasts to give them the chance to achieve the badge and certificate.
During the scheme Gymnasts will go through the basics on floor, bars, beams and vault. In the courses we aim to teach the basic skills on all badge sheets from badge 8 to 1. The badge scheme has been set out by the governing body (British Gymnastics). The coaches assess the gymnasts at all times and if the coach believes that the Gymnast has potential the coach will recommend that he/she have a trail in the club squad system.
The Squad is run to take the Gymnasts and help them fulfil their potential in the best manner. The club works at an Regional and National level in Gymnastics, if you feel that you/your child is already at a squad level and would like to join the club, you can. All you need to do is contact us and we will arrange a trial during one of our squad nights.
The formal definition of gymnastics, according to Oxford Dictionaries, is "Exercises developing or displaying physical agility and coordination. The modern sport of gymnastics typically involves exercises on uneven bars, balance beam, floor, and vaulting horse for women, and horizontal and parallel bars, rings, floor, and pommel horse for men."
Gymnastics is a sport in which athletes called gymnasts perform acrobatic feats – leaps, flips, turns, handstands and more – on a piece of apparatus such as a balance beam, or with a piece of apparatus like a rope or ribbon.
What Are the Different Types of Gymnastics?
There are three types of gymnastics currently featured in the Olympics: artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline. Artistic gymnastics is the most commonly known. Men and women both compete on equipment like the uneven bars, parallel bars, and rings.
Which Are the Biggest Gymnastics Competitions?
The Olympics is the ultimate gymnastics meet, and many young gymnasts set their sights on making the Olympic gymnastics team. The Olympics are held every four years and artistic gymnastics teams now have five members beginning with the 2012 Games in London. The teams used to have six members through the 2008 Games, and they had seven through the 1996 Games.
World Championships are the second biggest competition in gymnastics, and they've been held in every non-Olympic year in recent years. There were two Worlds in 1994, one for teams and one for individuals, as well as a Worlds in 1996, the Olympic year. Worlds has sometimes been held every two years, too.
Other major competitions include the European Championships, the Asian Games, the Pan American Games and World Cup meets.