A Guide to Beginner Tumbling Mike Ferralli

ISBN: 9781561677986

Published: May 1st 2003

Paperback

32 pages


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A Guide to Beginner Tumbling  by  Mike Ferralli

A Guide to Beginner Tumbling by Mike Ferralli
May 1st 2003 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 32 pages | ISBN: 9781561677986 | 8.21 Mb

Todays gymnasts and cheerleaders are extremely competitive and are expected to perform some the of the most complex and strenuous tumbling and gymnastic combinations in the field. This level of training and expertise is finding its way into amateurMoreTodays gymnasts and cheerleaders are extremely competitive and are expected to perform some the of the most complex and strenuous tumbling and gymnastic combinations in the field.

This level of training and expertise is finding its way into amateur ranks, including high schools and community leagues. Building a first rate team of athletes takes discipline, dedication, and hard work, and A Guide to Beginner Tumbling outlines the essential elements in developing skilled and healthy athletes. Concentrating on drills that teach body control, body awareness, and tumbling techniques, this clear and well-illustrated guide also includes safety, nutritional, and conditioning guidelines.

Step-by-step instructions, detailed descriptions, and excellent photos showing correct and incorrect form and positioning make A Guide to Beginner Tumbling a valuable working handbook for all coaches and squad leaders. A Guide to Beginner Tumbling is currently being used by the North Carolina State University Physical Education department as the manual for gymnastics classes.



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