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Mass Mutual Center- Main Street, Springfield MA (downtown). WOMEN'S LEVELS: , XCEL. MASS TDNI MENS COMPETITION SCHEDULE. pdf. *(MEN'S Sunday 1/27/ – Levels Tim Daggett Gold Medal Gymnastics and Martial Arts provides a safe, healthy, and fun environment for your child. Michelle is a Massachusetts certified Art Education teacher for grades K Stephen is a Bridgewater State College graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Her notable honors at State Competition are: Level 8 U.S.A.G State Additionally, she is an assistant coach for our U.S.A.G. Level Teams. Table of Contents. National Women's Program Committee Structure Chapter Five: Meet Officials. Criteria for Eastern/Western Championships – Level 9. 87 .. A. Promotion of a Safe, Positive and Healthy Environment.
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Additionally, Robin is a part time Class Manager for Spectrum and is responsible for assisting teachers in spotting and correcting skills, as well as, supervising the transition of classes and their rotations.
This is her 14th year teaching gymnastics at Spectrum. Robin is a U. Kerri was a Spectrum Gymnastics U. Competitive Team member for eleven years and has accumulated 14 years of gymnastics training. She is a former U. Level 9 Spectrum Team member. As a competitor, Kerri was the recipient of numerous U.
Her notable honors at State Competition are: G State Competitor includes: InKerri also qualified to Regionals where she captured the U. Level 8 Regional Vault Championship.
Additionally, she is an assistant coach for our U. Kerri is a U.
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Sydney was a Spectrum Gymnastics U. Competitive Team member for ten years and has accumulated twelve years of gymnastics training. Level 9 Spectrum gymnast.
As a competitor, Sydney was the recipient of numerous U. Her most notable awards from U.
Adults age 18 and over should participate in 30 minutes of exercise at least five days per week. Participation in gymnastics helps meet the exercise recommendations set forth by the American Heart Association. Gymnastics allows children the chance to think for themselves, to stimulate their imaginations and to solve problems safely.
By applying this conditioning outside the sport, people become better equipped to avoid hazardous situations by quickly identifying them and naturally correcting body alignment when walking, standing or jumping, etc. Gymnastics produces, pound-for-pound, the best athletes in the world. Gymnastics uses almost exclusively body weight exercises to build upper body, lower body, and core strength.
Gymnastics instills a sense of discipline.
Top 10 Health Benefits of Gymnastics
Each student must have the self control to make corrections when a coach asks them to, and they must also have the self discipline to stay on task when a coach is working with another gymnast. At all ages, gymnastics provides an opportunity to develop social skills. Younger children learn how to stand in line, look, listen, be quiet when others are talking, work and think independently, and how to be respectful of others.