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What books would you suggest on understanding tumbling skills theoretically as well as practically? From simple to more complex books, anything that takes theory into practice and gives thorough explanations. Tumbling goes hand in hand with GST and flexibility; any suggestions on them? Thanks, Andreas
Hello, so I've been out here in Japan for two years now and I haven't had much luck finding gyms that are either open when I'm off work or aren't very expensive each time I go (<$50 usd). So I've kind of given up on that. What I'd like to do now is get some people with a little bit of background in gymnastics or tricking or whatever other acrobatic sport you can think of and meet up in one of the many public parks out here to practice whatever we're working on in the grass. Obviously it's a little less safe than a gym and I don't want someone to try and do a backflip there for the first time, but that's what we've got to work with to my knowledge. I've created a meetup.com group called Iwakuni Tricking/Tumbling and I'll post there in advance whenever my friends and I plan to go out and practice. It's almost always in a public park so all you'll ever have to worry about is transportation. Anyone in the area is welcome to join in, if your English isn't perfect, well, that's what Google translate and miming are for. I really look forward finding new people to work out with!
Hi, So I recently moved from the US to Yokosuka,JP and I've been looking for a gymnastics club to train at but every time I go to a place they turn me around for either two reason, my age or skill level.Basically I'm just looking for a gym that will let me pay by the session, at this point I'd even be willing to do classes. I'm 21 years old self taught in tumbling and TNT however I've been coaching woman's artistic gymnastics from 16-20 I've coached up to level 8. So I am safe and very familiar with equipment and willing to teach in exchange for use of the gym. I would however prefer to pay but I can go either way. Being that I live in yokosuka I'd prefer not to take the 2ish hour train ride to the depths of Tokyo but I'd be willing for a full sized gym. IE olympic floor/tumbl trak/ floor pit/euro etc (thats the dream but willing to settle for way less) If you have any information that might help me find a gym let me know! Also if you live within a reasonable distance and want to train let me know I've always wanted to learn tricking/freerunning Quick videos of some skills - rudy floor tusk-floor-pit Dub front tumbl trak skip to 31 seconds