Xcel Code of Points
Item Number: 3105
The Xcel Code of Points is the official rule book for the Xcel Program. This book is a complete guide for coaches and judges. In addition to all of the rules and regulations the Xcel Code of Points includes illustrations of all allowable skills and examples of routines. A must-have for anyone involved in the Xcel program.
Perfect 10.0 Core: Finding Your Inner Core
"A strong core is imperative to transfer forces through the body to achieve peak performance..."
"Proper motor sequencing and neuromuscular recruitment is the key to true core initiation..."
This instructional video on core recruitment by Brandi Smith-Young, PT will helpyour athlete achieve proper core recruitment to optimize peak performance, enhance shaping, and prevent injury. Proper neuromuscular recruitment and motor sequencing of the abdominals is imperative to initiate the internal abdominal muscles, which stabilize the low back. This video includes a step-by-step progression of abdominal exercises utilizing a manual blood pressure cuff for biofeedback to retrain muscle-firing patterns and decrease muscle imbalances. Following this progression will help your athlete achieve the shaping every judge is looking for and help keep his or her body healthy. Brandi Smith-Young, PT, FAAOMPT, OSC
Perfect 10.0 Shoulder: Finding Stability Within
"A stable shoulder complex is imperative to transfer forces through the body to achieve peak performance..."
"Proper movement patterns and neuromuscular recruitment is the key to upper body power..."
This instructional video on shoulder stability by Brandi Smith-Young, PT will help your athlete attain the necessary shoulder stability to achieve peak amplitude, optimize peak performance, enhance shaping and prevent injury. Proper muscle balance and neuromuscular recruitment between all shoulder complex and rotator cuffmuscles must be achieved to optimize shoulder complex mobility and stability. This video includes a step-by-step progression of shoulder mobility and stability exercises to retrain muscle firing patterns, functional movement patterns, and decrease muscle imbalances. Following this progression will help your athlete achieve their goals while staying healthy. Brandi Smith-Young PT, FAAOMPT, OCS
GymAbility/GymMix is a National resource for Schools/Clubs to assist in the inclusion of participants with disabilities in a fun and safe gymnastics movement based program.
- Over 350 Activities to develop Fundamental Movement Skills
- Over 100 Group Activities to encourage inclusion
- Over 50 Cognitive Challenge Activities
- In-depth explanation of 50 Key Movement areas
- Sample Lesson Plan templates
- Sample Participant readiness form
- Participation Certificates
Gymnastics Risk Management
Item Number: 7002
Gymnastics Risk Management, 2013 Edition, Revised July 2014
Boy’s Essential Elements Level 1-2-3 Program
The mission of the Essential Elements program is to provide accessibility to boy’s gymnastics through a structured program that can be easily implemented in a variety of environments and facility locations. The program is designed to be ‘cost effective’ and ‘space efficient’ for both the athlete and the program director. Essential Elements is a program that can be implemented as a ‘plug and play’ package where boy’s gymnastics programs may not currently exist or as an addition to an already established youth sports program. Although the Essential Elements Level 1-2-3 program can be used at any age it is designed primarily for pre-competitive age boys 4 to 10.
The Essential Elements package includes one disk, which contains:
- Manual: The Essential Elements Program – includes program description, skill charts, curriculum planning charts, and sample lesson plans.
- Video: Complete video of all five skill categories
- Forms: Writable PDF versions of Essential Elements lesson plan charts, evaluation charts and certificates
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