Welcome to the Swing Big! store. Here you can buy videos books and ebooks of drills and progressions that will help you create strong, happy, successful gymnasts.
BUILDING AN ELITE PATH GYMNAST
The Guide to Starting a Gymnast on an Elite Track is meant to be a completely extensive guide to starting and building a elite program – as containing new ideas on how to improve existing programs.
The most exciting part is that the guide not only contains a 100 page ebook that covers everything from training schedules and physical ability progressions, to flexibility, expectations and my own personal notes about testing and training.
You can get your instant download of the videos and ebook HERE
“What exactly do I get?”
1) 90 minutes of drills and progressions broken up into the following videos: beginning elite bars,beginning elite beam, beginning elite floor, beginning elite vault and elite conditioning.
2) A 100 page ebook with the following chapters: 1. Why start 2. What you need 3. Building a program 4. Mindset 5. Schedule 6. How to use this book 7. Physical abilities 8. Flexibility 9. Floor 10. Beam 11. Bars 12. Vault 13. Lists 14. Sample assignments 15. Testing 16. Scoring 17. The one you’re not sure about
3) Sample assignments on every event for every age group
4) Unlimited updates to the ebook and videos as the elite program changes
YOUR INVESTMENT? $149 – TO NOT HAVE TO REINVENT BUILDING AN ELITE PATH PROGRAM
The Complete Compulsory Training Guide is meant to be an all-encompassing plan for training gymnasts from pre-team through level 5. It contains 115 pages of ready-to-use circuits and assignments (circuits for pre-team 1 and 2) assignments for levels 3-5 – on all four events. These cover six phases which make up the year. It also includes event specific warm-ups, as well as a “how-to” guide and a few important conditioning tip sheets.
The most exciting part is that Complete Compulsory Guide delivers 5 videos (one for each level included) – that show the drills and progressions that may not be obvious from the guide. Together, there are more than 180 minutes of training material. Here are a couple quick previews:
Everyone who purchases will also get lifetime access to a private Facebook group – where you can ask me questions directly and talk to other coaches about lessons learned and go-forward tips.
The Training Guide IS HERE and can be purchased here: https://gumroad.com/l/KHcc.
“What exactly do I get when I buy The Compulsory Training Guide?”
Great (VERY important) Q. Here are the highlights:
As soon as you purchase, you’ll get instant access as soon as the product is launched on the 10th, which includes:
With over 180 minutes of training material – these videos are divided up by level and by event so that you don’t have to watch the whole thing at once
Showing you exactly what drills are in each video.
This group is exclusively for those who have purchase TCCTG. I will be in the group to answer any questions about the product. To post videos about drills that anyone may find unclear and to help facilitate discussion about how people are using the guide and what may be the most effective.
Your investment? $199 – to never have to make pre-team or compulsory lesson plans again. Pretty sweet, right?
Advancement lists for levels 3-10 (and pre-team)
In this 38 page document you’ll find advancement or move-up lists beginning at pre-team and then moving to levels 3 – 10. These move-up lists detail a 4 pronged approach to moving-up 1) skills for the next level 2) working skills for two levels above 3) concept of skills three levels above 4) set expectations for how these are performed.
These move-up lists will ensure that your staff, your gymnasts and your parents are all on the same page when it comes to the skills needed to advance and how they need to be performed.
These move-up lists cover all events and levels 3-10 plus a second level of pre-team.
What people are saying:
“These checklists are great for gyms and coaches who want to prepare kids for success in optionals. Highly recommend them” – Blake Kittrell
In this 94 minute video we will go over breaking down skills – and creating drills and progressions for basic tumbling. Skills covered include: Handstands, cartwheels, round offs, back handsprings and back tucks. This video is meant to give you a series of possible progressions and to be an easy and accessible way to train your staff and gain new ideas for your gym. All of these progressions are easy to implement, easily modifiable to fit your gym’s equipment and don’t require a pit.
**This is a digital video. You will receive a link after purchasing to view the video as many times as you like. This does not come as a DVD.
The Ultimate Guide to Coaching Bars
The Ultimate Guide to Coaching Bars provides 71 illustrated drills to give you the best foundation for yours bars coaching. This book is divided into chapters based on skills and ideas. These are: kips, cast handstands, clear hips, pirouettes, recreational bars and misc drills/conditioning. The Ultimate Guide to Coaching Bars will help you develop a set of comprehensive bars drills that will help you take your gymnasts to the next level. These drills help coaches teach proper technique, minimize fear, fix form, develop correct shapes and create confident healthy gymnasts.
Taking Your Team To The Next Level
Do you struggle to be as efficient as you want to be in the gym?
Are you lacking inspiration when it comes to making assignments?
Do you wonder how to take your gym from good the great?
This ebook has all of the answers.
This guide will give you 27 pages of packed content covering all of the topics you care about most. Learn about how to design workout schedules, create manageable assignments, maximize efficiency in the gym and build flexibility and strength programs.
This guide will help coaches that are just starting out to think about and plan for significant areas that will affect their programs, and will help seasoned coaches gain new perspective on ways to take their programs to the next level. The guide also includes great interviews and sections written by Justin Laury of Splitz Gymnastics, Eddie Umphrey of Twin City Twisters and Mike Durante of Aerial Athletics.