If you find the gymnastics skill on the list, you will find the gymnastics drills and complexes to go along with teaching that skill.
These are the primary gymnastics drills we use in our system, (we make no claim to have invented any of the drills), however all the drills we use relate to more than 1 skill in our system so no drill is unimportant, all must be mastered. We also must express the importance of understanding not 1 drill is perfect and they all teach at least 1 bad habit, as a coach you must understand the drills and skills well enough to weigh the pros and cons of the drills you choose for the solutions you desire.
Our system (Flips Gymnastics) is built from our environment. Our gym is small, and full, with a large team (12 level 10’s) that workout 20 hours per week. Everything is based off of efficiency (teaching 12 kids at once with 2 sets of bars, or 1 vault) and future value, meaning everything must lead to something else useful. Our system is designed to only teach skills and drills that lead to an end result of a D or E value skill. (No chasing random C value skills). This leads to proper skill mapping and planning. As you prepare to plan your team remember to start with your teams end result (goal), not just an idea, an exact idea, measurable, what, when, where and how?
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