When you strive for excellence, how do you know when you have achieved it?
Augga Hawkins spent her own youth pursuing excellence as an accomplished performer in Beijing, China, graduating in the top of her class from the Central University of Nationalities and earning the lead dancer position at the prestigious National Chinese Ballet Company. After moving to the United States, Augga has dedicated her adult life to sharing her passion for dance and teaching in her studio, Northwest Dance & Acro in Arlington, Washington.
Summer is here which means Tumbl Trak is on the road! We’ve got a list of conferences and expos we’ll be attending so stop on in and say hi! Be sure to plan ahead for conferences near you - and shop early! If you’ve got an item you’ve been wanting, we can bring it to the conference and save you shipping costs. Call a Tumbl Trak sales associate for details.
The Tumbl Trak Education Team will be presenting at many Regional USA Gymnastics conferences and as well, in Anaheim, CA for Nationals.
Competition season is over, and your kiddo has shared last hugs with classmates and teachers. Summer is here and if you’ve got gymnastics summer camp on your schedule, I’m willing to bet there is a countdown happening in your house!
Honestly, I don’t know what could be more thrilling for a young, thriving, hard-working gymnast then FLIP FEST GYMNASTICS CAMP. (I suppose the Olympics would be up there.) But, comparing FLIP FEST to the Olympics is a bit like comparing strawberries to oranges in the way that an orange takes some work before you get to the sweet goodness, but a strawberry….just dive right in to delish!!
Every kindergarten teacher prepares for the first day of school knowing they will need to deal with the emotional stability of those in their care….the parents. This milestone for parents swells the heart and requires a great deal of deep breathing to keep the tears from spilling over.
The dropping off your athlete for the first time at sleepover summer camp is another emotional overload for parents. Thankfully there are seasoned parents, coaches and educators who have been there, and can offer a great deal of help in preparing.
Imagine a program that offers a full schedule of cheer, gymnastics, special needs, and ninja classes. Now picture putting all of the equipment you need for those programs into a van and traveling to 4 different locations every week to service kids in low income areas.
Fueling an athletes body should be considered the 6th event. Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor, Mental Training, and FUELING your child’s body all equally important to a well-rounded gymnast. Consider this the next time you reach for a snack or food for your child.