Science says children will grow up happier if you teach them a habit you probably do without realizing it. Teaching kids the importance of saying "thank you" can help them grow up happier. Gratitude can lead to lower rates of depression, better impulse control, and less stress. To raise grateful kids, model the behavior, talk … Continue reading When kids learn gratitude, they grow up happier
By Triny Lindsay Ninja classes have been sweeping the nation and are now offered at many gymnastics gyms. And there’s a good reason! Ninja classes have many benefits for your child. I’m going to give you 10 reasons to sign your child up for Ninja classes today. But first, do you know why Ninja classes … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Sign up for Ninja Class!
Parkour, also known as free running, is a French military-designed training which utilizes obstacle courses. The obstacles require extreme focus and a can-do attitude, and heavily utilize physical abilities such as running, jumping, swinging, rolling and even climbing. It’s a fun and exciting way to exercise, and anyone can enjoy it. Here are the Top … Continue reading Top Ten Health Benefits of Parkour for Youth
How does participating in gymnastics lead to success in math class and driving safely? The common bond is spatial awareness. Spatial awareness is the “awareness of the body in space and the child’s relationship to the objects in the space.” This includes understanding terms like over, under or requests like “line up at the door” … Continue reading Can gymnastics help with math class and driving safely?
CAGE Gymnastics offers students a recreational program and a team program. With tryouts fast approaching, here are some things to consider: The most important quality we look for when placing a gymnast into the team program is passion. The desire to be in the gym multiple days per week and eagerness to learn new skills … Continue reading Competitive Gymnastics – Tips for Tryouts and Success
By Dr. Jim Taylor Should you compete like you train or train like you compete? By far, the most frequent response is: You should compete like you train. This answer seems perfectly reasonable if you think about it. When you train, you’re relaxed, feel no pressure, and are only focused on performing your best. Why … Continue reading Compete Like You Practice or Practice Like You Compete?