To be a competitive gymnast, 2 years old is too late to start.
Actually, you probably need to be born into a gymnastics family and weened at the side of a tumble pit to be world class.
That obvious, but sucks for us normal people who fancy having a back tuck, a handstand or a back handspring.
Why should being 20, 30, 40, 50 or 60, be a reason not to get loads of fun from a tumbling session.
Ok, let’s be honest! If you start late, you probably are not going to the Olympics. But stuff the Olympics, wouldn’t it be so cool to do a standing back tuck, a handspring or a handstand.
Well, we have been teaching adults how to back tuck, handstand, bridge and do lots of cool stuff since 2008. We have invested in the specific equipment to make it safe, and we have the drills and skills to help you achieve these skills.
But you cannot just rock up to our level 2 tumbling classes and expect to throw a back tuck: you need to forward and back roll, handstand and learn how to jump. Really, so much of gymnastics and tumbling is about jumping.
That’s what we teach in our level 1 tumbling class, and starting next Sunday we have scheduled an extra level 1 class at 1 pm at railway Arch 3 Gales Gardens E2 0EJ, for the whole of June.
The aim of our level 1 classes is to get you basic skills and get you to our level 2 classes ASAP. Some will do 1 lesson, others 4 or 5. The teacher will guide you.
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