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The meeting place for the discussion of all things "gymnastic" and the Gymnastic Bodies community in general.

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Basic Strength

The fundamental strength elements from which all other gymnastic strength proceeds.

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An essential element in the development of the gymnast's power and physique. Discussions of specific physical preparation, technique and progressions.

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Ring strength is the maximal strength training of gymnastics. The specific exercises, correct execution, progressions and ring strength routines.

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The most important and functional of all the Gymnastic Bodies training components.

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Mobility, Joint Preparation, and Flexibility are an often overlooked component in most training programs that is critical to long term health and peak performance.

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Skill Development

Questions and comments regarding gymnastics skills and techniques; their proper development and execution.

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Digital Coaching

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Diet as it relates to performance and health.

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Gymnastics strength training equipment essentials. Vendors, suppliers and equipment reviews.

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    Alexander Egebak

    Caught mononucleosis. Which other thank making me very sick also will prevent me from doing any serious strength training for 1-3 months time because of risk of blowing the spleen

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    Mark Collins

    I hate when you think you are borderline mastery and your wife shakes her head and says "Coach Sommers wouldnt like that" i guess another 4 weeks will do me good.

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