Zari Goldmann author and owner of Swing Big! is proud of offer clinics to gyms that feel that their staff could benefit from high level training. Clinics are the best way of training a large group of your staff members in the same way, to ensure that your gymnasts are getting the best instruction possible, and that you are creating gymnasts that will be successful throughout their careers.
– Clinics stress fundamentals, shapes and progressions
– Clinics run 1-3 days with 6 hours per day
– Clinic topics are determined based on your gyms particular needs
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One day clinic – 6 topics covered – $899 + travel expenses
Two day clinic – 12 topics covered – $1499 + travel expenses
Three day clinic – 18 topics or 1-2 days of coach training and 1-2 days of gymnast training – $2199 + travel expenses
1. Why should our gym host a clinic?
Clinics are the best, most efficient way to train your staff. Clinics allow an atmosphere where your staff can ask questions about what they are having difficulty with, the drills that are taught use YOUR equipment, and best of all, your entire staff is getting the same information so that you can be sure your gymnasts are getting consistent training.
2. How many coaches can come?
There is no limit to the number of coaches that can come, though I recommend fifteen or fewer if possible. This allows participation of the group and clinics to be tailored to what they want to learn.
3. How much do clinics cost?
For a 6 hour per day clinic, Swing Big! charges $799 for one day and $1,399 for two days plus travel. If you have 15 coaches attending the clinic, that works out to $53.20 per coach for one day and $93.20 for two days. These prices include handouts of topics covered for your staff and a personalized plan of clinic topics.
4. What topics are covered in clinics?
Clinic topics vary depending on the needs of a specific gym. They range from recreational class circuits to developing yurchenko vaults and everything in between. All clinic topics, however, stress good shapes, progressions and teaching methods.
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