Flippin' good fun
Jumping, rolling, tumbling, swinging, leaping, balancing – gymnastics has to be one of the most comprehensive exercise programmes available to children.
Practice makes perfect
Not only will gymnastics benefit a child’s overall development, but it will also help them develop skills they can carry with them into later life.
Look mum, no hands!
Doing gymnastics at a young age can help build the foundations of good all-around muscle strength, endurance, and power. Regular participation teaches listening skills, goal setting and social interaction.
Preventing wear and tear
With gymnastics, the spotlight is on skills rather than sweat-work. And because it's a weight-bearing activity, it can help children develop strong, healthy bones as well as preventing future broken bones as they get older and more active.
Not to mention, it greatly improves flexibility and spatial awareness.
Time to get your kids acquainted with the beam, vault and pommel horse!