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Positive Coaching by Doug Davis

Posted on 2/6/2018
Some of you may remember the Choose Your Habits Clinics we offered a few years back.  They were a series of free educational sessions held across the country, hosted by Tumbl Trak in celebration of our 25th Anniversary.  Much of the vision for these clinics came from our founder, Doug Davis, whose philosophy of positive coaching, safe progressions and valuable education has been the cornerstone of the work we do at Tumbl Trak. [More]


The Big Fun Method; a training for therapists and athletes alike!

Posted on 1/11/2018

Starting the new year with a fresh look at the calendar brings new opportunities!  If you are a gymnastics coach with an interest in providing programs for children with special needs, or if you are a therapist with an interest in incorporating more movement and sensory integration techniques into your practice, or if you are a teacher who works with children with special needs…. This training is for you and you AND you!


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Parent Tip: "Thank you, Coach"

Posted on 11/10/2017

Contributed by Carrie Spender


At the end of every practice, my daughters huddle up with their team and start their clap happy, roaring team cheer.  Then, a stampede of athletes head to their lockers to retrieve shoes, coats and backpacks.  But the part of the “end of practice routine” that I love the most is the sweet gesture that each athlete leaves the gym giving earnest thanks to their coaches...“Thank you, Coach Kelle.  Thank you, Coach Sierra”.  And, that each time, the coaches respond with kindness and gratitude as well.

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Program Feature: Inspire and Be Inspiring with Paula Lord

Posted on 11/10/2017

Contributed by: Carrie Spender


At the heart and soul of The Show Team at DeVeau’s School of Gymnastics is a leader with a vision.


Paula Lord, is the proud owner of BODY by GymRoots, and is a Master Trainer and Neuro Plastic Movement Specialist with a long list of titles and accomplishments including Master of Sport for Rhythmic Gymnastics.  Paula had designed BODY by GymRoots to be a studio for rehabilitation and performance training for all athletes.  Her main goal is to educate anyone who will listen about the benefits of maintaining a healthy functioning body in the pursuit of a happy, active life without pain


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A Resource Guide for Special Needs Movement By Bethany Friedrich

Posted on 11/10/2017

With the internet at our fingertips we have access to endless amounts of research, which can certainly be an incredible thing! However, if you are anything like me, the vast amount of online knowledge can also feel overwhelming.  Talk about information overload!  


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Parent Tip: I know its only October....

Posted on 10/12/2017
The Tumbl Trak Marketing Team has been thinking about the upcoming holidays for months now.  We know the challenges many parents feel making gift choices for their kiddos.  How do you know what to look for and where?  With so many options popping up on the internet, it’s easy to get confused and overwhelmed with the search. [More]


A Leap Above the Rest; By: Mandy Yip, Acrobatic Arts

Posted on 10/12/2017

Since 2002, Tim and Tamara Smola have opened the doors to Central City Dance and Fitness Center. Priding itself on being “A Leap Above the Rest,” it has grown quickly to serving more than 1,250 dance students! One of the greatest additions to the studio was ACRO, which the couple introduced three years ago in 2014.

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Breaking Through a Mental Block

Posted on 10/11/2017
There seems to be a lot of discussion going on with Mental Blocks. Some coaches wonder if they are even real or just an imagined phenomenon; how can a kid tumble one day and just forget how to do it the next day. Why do we see Mental Blocks mostly with tumbling? Why won’t they just go for it? They also deliberate if they are real, then who or what is to blame. Is it the coach, the cheerleader, the team, the parent, or is it the training? [More]


Parent Tip: The cost of a kip

Posted on 9/12/2017

A friend left a copy of the September 9, 2017 issue of Time Magazine on my desk with a sticky note that said, “You’re not alone!”.  On the cover, a little league baseball player at bat above the words, “Crazy travel, Crazy Costs, Crazy Stress - How Kids Sports Turned Pro”.   After reading the article, I didn’t feel quite as “crazy”.


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Program Highlight: Altijd op uw voeten landen!

Posted on 9/12/2017

The sport of gymnastics is very much like the game of life: there are many paths that come “full circle” but it takes many years to get anywhere- and often it comes with many unexpected twists, turns, and falls. And when we fall, we hope to land on our feet.  


Coach Dirk Ooijkaas from Rotterdam, Netherlands is very familiar with both the game of life and the sport of gymnastics. As a 4x National Champion, World Championship competitor, and Olympic Team qualifier, Dirk was drawn to the state of California by the warm sun and laid back lifestyle. He moved to the United States in 1988.


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