- Make sure you have a good, snug and comfortable leo (if you are a girl). Leotards help show off the muscle groups and help the coach with spotting.
- Ask your coach what exercises you can do outside of the class
- If you are sick and contagious. Stay at home. You can always do one make up
- Eat 2 hours before the class or right after
- Ask lots of questions when the coach hands out the report card
- Keep hydrated
- Stretching is good before and after the class
- Come to class with a willing to learn attitude
- Did you know that the front desk has a list of exercises and strength routines for Level 1 gymnasts?
- Going the bathroom before class starts is ideal to get the most out of your practice
Ten Easy Tips to Help You Become the Best Gymnast (all ages) January 10, 2017
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