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  • Acrobatic Gymnastics
    Acrobatic Gymnastics or Sport Acrobatics is a competitive gymnastic discipline with a mixture of gymnastics…
  • Tumbling
    Tumbling is a form of gymnastic activity performed with no special equipment, which combines some…
  • Parkour
    Parkour is a training discipline where participants focus on moving around and through obstacles to…
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics
    Rhythmic gymnastics is a unique fusion of sport, dance and art. Rhythmic gymnastics is a…
  • Artistic Gymnastics
    Artistic gymnastics is what most people are referring to when they say or talk about…
  • Brazilian Jiu-jitsu
    Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a martial art, combat sport, and a self defense system. In fact,…
  • Kickboxing
    Kickboxing is a combat sport that combines punches, knees, head-butts, and kicks to disarm an…
  • Martial Arts
    Martial arts are various systems of combat sport, which are practiced for self-defense and spiritual…

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  • 5 Great Gymnastics Books for Kids and Teens
    Sometimes all it takes is a good book to change your perspective.  After reading it, you feel empowered, renewed, and motivated. Check out these gymnastics-themed titles for kids and teens (and their gymnastics-loving parents). These books will be a great gift for a young athlete! Enjoy! 1. Letters to a Young Gymnast by Nadia Comaneci. In Letters to a Young Gymnast, Nadia Comaneci tells how she found the inner strength to become a world-class athlete at such a young age. Being a woman of tremendous poise and self-assurance, she offers unique insights into the mind of a top competitor. From how to live after you've realized your dream to the necessity of “a spirit forged with mettle,” Comaneci's thoughts on  athleticism and sacrifice are eye-opening. 2. Finding My Shine by Nastya Lukin. Nastia Liukin is an Olympic gymnastics all-around gold medalist, but the road to her success was not an easy one. In Finding My Shine, she shares not only her personal journey of success, but also her biggest challenges, including her career ending fall…
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  • FLEXIBILITY STRETCHING CLASSES AT IK GYM MIAMI – TRY FOR FREE!!!
    Time to stretch yourself! We are happy to announce flexibility classes for adults! 🤸🏻‍♀️ Classes start from October 🤸🏻‍♀️ First class is FREE 🤸🏻‍♀️ Tuesday, Thursday - 6.30 P.M. 🤸🏻‍♀️ Address: 13251 NE 17th Ave, North Miami FL 33181 🤸🏻‍♀️ Call 786.350.6655 & 786.590.6666 to register or contact us at ikgym@icloud.com
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  • 10 Things Parents Do that Drive Coaches Crazy
    1. Being late to practice or competition. Stretching and warm-up are very important for the safety of your athlete. If they stretch after they arrive, then they are interrupting the practice. Being late to a competition is inexcusable! There is so much to be done before a competition - check in, makeup/hair touch ups, uniform checks and just encouraging everyone to compete! Be on time, or better yet - be early. 2. Ignore information from the gym (newsletters, text messages, etc) then complain you don’t know what is going on. Make it a priority to stay informed. When parent meetings are held- make a point to attend, take notes, and ask questions. If you cannot attend, ask another parent to take notes for you or follow up with your contact at the gym (coach, office manager, etc) for meeting notes. After all, it is your job as the parent to stay informed. 3. Ignore coaches’ recommendations and push your child too hard. Technique and proper progression must be followed for safety and to build the…
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  • 3 Main Reasons Most Kids Quit Sports
    According to the National Alliance for Youth Sports 70% of children in USA are dropping out of organized sports by the age of 13. So what are the main reasons that kids turn away from sports at a time when they could benefit from them the most? 1. It’s no longer fun Actually, the #1 reason why kids quit sports. When it comes to sports fun is defined by kids as trying their best, being treated respectfully by coaches, parents and teammates, and getting playing time. If young athletes are not having fun during sports classes, they will eventually walk away, regardless of talent or how good their team or coach is. Solution: It always has to be fun, bringing joy and excitement! Remember that your athlete is never too old, or too talented, to answer the question “Are you enjoying yourself out there?” And if it stops being fun, you need to figure out a way to make it fun, or before you know it, early retirement! 2. They lose ownership of the experience…
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