Option Number 1: Confidence is Key As you are dressing your little girl for gymnastics that day, you carefully pick out
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a competitive team gymnast? While we could never summarize competitive gymnastics in a single blog post, we put together an A to Z list. If you have ever considered competitive gymnastics for your athlete, this is a good place to start.
A is for… Athletic
For Madi Livingston the answer is gymnastics. When Madi was a toddler, her parents noticed that she wasn’t meeting significant milestones that other children were. At the age of two, she was diagnosed with developmental and speech delays. She began seeing a speech therapist. Nevertheless, communication was constantly a struggle. Growing up, Madi bounced around trying to find a sport that was the right fit for her interests, and that met her
I have to say, by no means can I read people’s minds. Not even close. But after spending hundreds of hours waiting for my kids at gymnastics, I have placed gymnastics parents into six different categories. Honestly, I can relate to all of them, and I’m pretty sure I have been every type of parent at some point. Parents waiting for their kids at gymnastics for an hour or two (or more…props to
Counting blessings after Hurricane Irma, I couldn’t help but think how grateful I am for simple things in life that I took for granted. The adversity made me very humble and I want to express my gratitude in three very short letters:
Now when you are back on, I want to say I’m sorry! I’m sorry for taking you