If you’re starting your press handstand journey, or maybe you’ve felt like progress has become stagnant, you’re in the right place. Training the press handstand from a stand will help you develop all those important key concepts we talked about above, just on a slightly smaller scale because we’ll be learning to press from the feet first, versus a straddle sit...
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
The goal of my virtual gymnastics classes is to provide expert coaching and instruction for athletes of all levels, all over the world. These classes focus on movements we see both in artistic gymnastics and functional fitness.
My coaching methodology revolves around the principle of brain before body — I intentionally break down each skill into very specific pieces to help you understand not only how to move your body properly, but why you should move your body in these patterns.
NO SHORT CUTS
These classes are for the patient athlete who's willing to wipe the slate clean of what they've been previously taught, open their mind to learning new concepts, and committed to putting in the hard work moving forward.
TOES TO BAR
Despite what you may think, the Toes to Bar is a much simpler skill than you may realize. Yes, it takes a good amount of bodyweight strength and coordination, but with the right training strategy, you're going to be knocking these like like a pro...
THE FORWARD ROLL
In this class, I am going to break down everything you need to know about how to forward roll as safely and successfully as possible.
This class is for more beginner gymnasts who are just getting started in the sport, AND those who want to increase their knowledge of the forward roll and how to teach it!
HANDSTANDS AT HOME
This 20:00 class has been designed for more beginner gymnasts who want to know how to safely and effectively practice their handstands at home. BUT, don't be fooled! All of the exercises and drills provided are applicable to athletes of ALL ability levels...
Do you get super dizzy when rolling, spinning or practicing any gymnastics skill? Believe it ot not, controlling that sense of equilibrium is something that you can practice to improve. It just takes some time and patience...